• If there is one lesson that I have learned during my life as an analyst, it is the lesson that what my patients tell me is likely to be true - that many times when I believed that I was right and my patients were wrong, it turned out, though often only after a prolonged search, that my rightness was superficial whereas their rightness was profound.

    Heinz Kohut (2009). “How Does Analysis Cure?”, p.93, University of Chicago Press
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