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Recently, I heard a talk by Stephen Grosz, an American psychoanalyst who lives and practices in London. His book, “The Examined Life, How We Lose and Find Ourselves,” is about storytelling, his point being that we are all storytellers creating stories to make sense of our lives. The book consists of short stories about his patients, which he uses to illumine various themes that most of us can recognize.

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