Paradox

It was a client who gave the counsellor the right perspective.

“The problem is we cannot have part of a person. We need to accept the whole, though certain parts are so exasperating.”

Parineeta thought about her husband who mirrored her father’s value system, and had attracted to him for that reason. He valued family, but valued his genetic family more than her.

She wondered how the paradox could be resolved.

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10 thoughts on “Paradox

    1. It’s that thing about girls marrying their fathers in who they choose — for better or for worse.
      It takes a conscious effort to rid oneself, of its negative impact on one’s will and choice.

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