I lied. Reading WWRW always ends up giving me something to say.
If you've been reading here you'll recall that I have dreams/nightmares with the continuing theme of "what it is is not what it seems".
Here is what the book gave me tonight:
The animal groom character is a marker in the psyche, symbolizing a malevolent thing disguised as a benevolent thing. This or some proximate characterization is always present when a woman carries naive presentments about something or someone. When a woman is attempting to avoid the facts of her own devastations, her night dreams will shout warnings to her...
Over the years, I've seen many women's dreams with this animal groom feature or this things-are-not-as-nice-as-they-seem aura.If this continues I will have to declare this book as the best recovery book I've read.