At War With Ourselves

von freakoutcrazy

If we call someone mentally ill, in some ways we may be recognising their predicament as a powerful one, and their need for support.  However, we may also be judging their state of mind as faulty. But what if what seems a faulty mind is much more than that?  What if it is an expression of emotional conflict that needs, not to be cured, but to be understood and reconciled with?