Musings from the therapist’s chair

Meaning is not in things, but between them. Take marriage for example, the meaning or truth of the marriage does not reside in one or the other of the partners but in the middle between them. It is like a sculpture they are working on together: Neither person can fully see what the other sees on the other side, but they work from their own perspectives to make it as beautiful as possible. Benton Lutz is a psychotherapist in private practice in Beaufort.

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