I'm reading a book called Other Women by Lisa Alther. I can't remember if it was recommended here or a free download. It is about a woman undergoing therapy told alternately from the woman's and her therapist's points of view. I find it fascinating because I've never had therapy or read much about it and never even considered the therapist's point of view. I'm wondering how universal the stages are because the therapist seems to prepare for each stage of the therapy before it unfolds. This is what I love about reading - learning so many different viewpoints outside of my own.