Chaos and normality

When things are not feeling too good inside us and everything around us appears to be falling apart, it is natural to wish for things to get back to normal.

Achieving normality sometimes requires a counter-intuitive response. To have things return to ‘normal,’ we must first tussle and come to terms with what feels chaotic. When internal and external chaos can be seen as the natural state and ‘normality’ is viewed as transient, the sediments of chaos ‘settle’ sooner than otherwise.

Psychotherapy helps us function in adaptive and productive ways rather than feeling stuck and overwhelmed by chaos. The process of psychotherapy extends our parameters of normality – we gain more room and are able to grow our emotional capacity to accommodate chaos.

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