This paper explores relationships characterized by mutual intersubjectivity, in which individuals relate to one another based on an interest in each other as whole, complex people. Imbalances in mutuality both in primary relationships and in work settings lead to significant psychological pain and often motivate people to seek psychotherapy.

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