It's true if you stay in the therapy, especially the intense kind of therapy I had, that is, hard driven weekly therapy, water meets its level, and the "crazy" charge will start to resignate in a way you did not want it. There's an informal saying for this: "Angel Streeting' or "Gaslighting". That is to say, make a person's problem seem even worst than it is. That's because it's producing side effects that are in fact, making you even more crazy in the commenest sense, and it's working to the therapist's advantage. I was in therapy for 5 years.
Comes a time when your gut feeling will step in and say "stop all this crazyness". (to be con't)
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