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Daphne Merkin

(b. 1954– )

U.S. essayist, literary critic, and novelist

“Therapy, you might say, became a kind of release valve for my life; it gave me a place to say the things I could say nowhere else, express the feelings that would be laughed at or frowned upon in the outside world — and in so doing helped to alleviate the insistent pressure of my darker thoughts.”

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source: “My Life in Therapy,” The New York Times, August 4, 2010.

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