Saturday, September 13, 2008

Shrink, episode 1.2.1

Fascinating. I am unable to attach any positivity with emotional weight to my own actions. The clinician in my head finds this curious and intriguing. My emotional brain finds these attempts at physical therapy very painful. The clinician watches, enthralled by all the baseless, hyperbolic drama. It wonders why we choose to torture the poor creature.

1 comment:

BrotherBemused said...

Your aptitude for clinical detachment is perhaps inherited from your mother, who analyzes life first and then decides to what extent she will invest in it emotionally. (I'm the opposite, feeling things first, then pondering why.) What you've perhaps inherited from me is that inner voice that seldom seems content with myself or my performance.