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Intense, poignant, and profoundly honest, Sculpting The Darkness chronicles one woman's experience of psychotherapy through a unique medium: the numerous letters she wrote to her therapist over the course of seven years. Lori Golzmane entered therapy as a bookish, death-obsessed 23-year-old with a longing to hide from the world. Though her journey is anything but smooth, she finds in this relationship the refuge-and human connection-that ultimately lead her to a deepening self-awareness and richer capacity to be with others. In the end, Sculpting The Darkness is a testament to both the indispensability of art and the healing and transformative nature of relationship.
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About the Author
Lori Golzmane grew up in western Massachusetts. She studied psychotherapy at Naropa University and holds a degree in literature from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. She worked as an editor for several years before returning to Boston, where she currently resides.