“There is no finish line where we spike the ball and do the victory dance. We are all a work in progress. There’s always something to learn about yourself.”
This was an excerpt from an original essay by Liz Scott, a psychologist with over 40 years of experience and the author of This Never Happened, an absolutely heart wrenching memoir about her childhood journey with narcissistic parents, and her relentless search for the truth, for belonging, and a deeper understanding of her own life.
Liz Scott is an extraordinary woman who had arrived at the intersection of despair and made a conscious choice to live a full life.
This interview is a deep dive into what it means to take an unflinching look at ourselves and our history, in order to create change.