Muffins, Ritalin, and Juice
A young woman tearfully blames her mother for numbing her on Ritalin for twelve years and asks Byron Katie to fix her. Beliefs fall away as they question thoughts like "She made me feel like I did something wrong," "I need mom to give me my list time back." Eventually, laughter replaces tears as she realizes that "No one can fix me!" "Reality is always what you're looking for," Katie says. " It's consistent, and it's kind."