Playing "It's not your fault" from Good Will Hunting
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In this scene from Good Will Hunting, Will (Matt Damon) has a moment of clarity that goes beyond his own understanding of "Attachment Disorder" and the fear of abandonment.
Watch how Will reacts each time he hears his (trusted) therapist (Robin Williams) say to him, repeatedly, "It's not your fault".
Watch how Will braces and protects himself before he finally lets go.
[I have yet to watch this scene and NOT cry.... the fear of IT being my fault is just so huge... it's a fear and feeling I can't quite explain.... it's a fear that really doesn't go away.]