Contemporary Rorschach Interpretation

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a substantially different feel to it from the "lows" that she has been experiencing heretofore. Again, a consistent interpretive stance is likely to be the most successful in helping her weather this. Despite the severity of her pathology, Eva stands a reasonably good chance of making significant gains if she is able to commit to a long-term therapeutic endeavor.


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