Jung at Heart (http://www.jung-at-heart.com/jung_at_heart) suggests that Freud's definition of health as the ability to love and work is a good goal for therapy.
It sounds good but I wonder how often it really works. I was in Freudian analysis for years--I've written about in in my memoir The Last Good Freudian--and was too masochistic to leave even though my analyst was clearly abusive. The amazing thing is that when I finally got the strength to leave and started writing novels, I made more progress in a year of looking at myself as a character and trying to make that character stronger than I did in years of being asked why I wasn't getting better. I was also able to exit an abusive marriage and find a caring adult man. So love and work YES but analysis as a means--I am dubious.
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