Nu comme le jour où je suis né

On the Precipice

The darkness has returned

The darkness is back with a vengeance. It is getting harder and harder to contain it. I am so thankful that I am able to keep it hidden from view from my students when I am teaching, and from my colleagues and friends when we are socialising. However, my wife knows. She always knows. However, there is nothing that we can do about it, such as my returning to proper Jungian psychoanalysis while we are here in China.

Because of our different teaching schedules, at least one class [an hour and a half sessions] each day I have at home in our apartment alone. I spend that time writing for the most part, usually for my Jungian psychology blog site. And, I am nude. I have been reading a book suggested by my wife [I have quite a few of my psychology books here in China] that focuses on self-psychology. That book has opened up a can of worms.

I don’t know where this is going, but I haven’t any choice but to go with it, or disappear into the darkness.


  1. sassycoupleok

    We all have our dark days at times. K and I have found that our personal and social nudity help pull ourselves back to reality.

    • skyclad

      I couldn’t agree more, K and T.

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