Coward, take my coward's hand
Abstract"The omniscient and omnipotent therapist can only etch out, more deeply, the feelings of impotence which the patient already exhibits . . . . Neither can the fear-ridden therapist and the fear-ridden patient act in concert for the patient's welfare . . . . The paths become convergent only when the therapist shares the common denominator of rational and logical fears with his patient."