Let Me Show You Crazy tells the story of Laura, a young psychotherapist who is on a mission to save humanity. She has clients to counsel, friends to advise, family members to admonish, a husband to analyze, and an entire world awaiting her services. Laura is trying very hard to be a "perfect" helper, but she is discovering that being perfect is not as easy as it looks.
In a small North Carolina mill town, Laura and her zany colleagues face the daunting challenge of lifting their child clients from despair, destitution, and delinquency into the salvation of good mental health. Her colleagues provide her with a foundation of support, stimulation, and comic relief. If only she could get such support from her scientist husband, who would rather scrutinize cells under a microscope than examine their relationship.
Why is Laura driven to be perfect? What haunts her dreams and pushes her so-called benevolence to ridiculous heights? And how can she ever help her clients if she can't help herself? Let Me Show You Crazy is the tale of a young woman's journey from "blissful" ignorance to a humbler and happier understanding of her genuine self.
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August 31, 2006
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