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Schimel, J.L. (1982). To Live and Let Live. Contemp. Psychoanal., 18:256-258.
    

(1982). Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 18:256-258

To Live and Let Live

John L. Schimel, M.D.

IREAD STRUPP'S ACCOUNT OF THE Drigalski book with a feeling of déjà vu. I had encountered it all in my own two personal analyses. I also have ample evidence that I had earlier in my career perpetrated the same aloofness, hypercriticalness and arrogance toward patients, the same pursuit of the psychopathological that Strupp reports. And I was armed with the same rationalizations for the patients' consequent protests and rebukes.

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