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Who am I? This is a question many of us have asked, without finding a satisfactory answer. Most of us also want to be understood, while few of us obtain this to the degree we desire. These issues were so important to me that I have spent the better part of my adult life engaging into what Freud called an archeological expedition into my remote past. What I discovered surpr Who am I? This is a question many of us have asked, without finding a satisfactory answer. Most of us also want to be understood, while few of us obtain this to the degree we desire. These issues were so important to me that I have spent the better part of my adult life engaging into what Freud called an archeological expedition into my remote past. What I discovered surprised me. I was not the person my parents told me I was. I was neither as lazy, nor as cowardly, as they said. Mind you, I am not saint. In my memoir, Too Lazy to Chew, I am searingly candid. My initial goal in writing it was to help me understand myself. But this could only be achieved through honesty. By pulling small pieces together, I acquired a more accurate picture of the whole. Although I am not famous and have had little impact on the larger world, my story provides an illustration of what Resocialization can accomplish. This variant on psychotherapy is about uncovering our dysfunctional roles, ranks and relationships and improving on them. It is about allowing us to become our best selves. Much too my surprise, when I look back on my life I do not have much to apologize for. Despite my weaknesses, I never sold out. Unlike lots of people, I was able to free myself from the chains forged when I was a child. My hope is that this will make interesting reading for others.


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Who am I? This is a question many of us have asked, without finding a satisfactory answer. Most of us also want to be understood, while few of us obtain this to the degree we desire. These issues were so important to me that I have spent the better part of my adult life engaging into what Freud called an archeological expedition into my remote past. What I discovered surpr Who am I? This is a question many of us have asked, without finding a satisfactory answer. Most of us also want to be understood, while few of us obtain this to the degree we desire. These issues were so important to me that I have spent the better part of my adult life engaging into what Freud called an archeological expedition into my remote past. What I discovered surprised me. I was not the person my parents told me I was. I was neither as lazy, nor as cowardly, as they said. Mind you, I am not saint. In my memoir, Too Lazy to Chew, I am searingly candid. My initial goal in writing it was to help me understand myself. But this could only be achieved through honesty. By pulling small pieces together, I acquired a more accurate picture of the whole. Although I am not famous and have had little impact on the larger world, my story provides an illustration of what Resocialization can accomplish. This variant on psychotherapy is about uncovering our dysfunctional roles, ranks and relationships and improving on them. It is about allowing us to become our best selves. Much too my surprise, when I look back on my life I do not have much to apologize for. Despite my weaknesses, I never sold out. Unlike lots of people, I was able to free myself from the chains forged when I was a child. My hope is that this will make interesting reading for others.

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