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This mostly involves helping them to confront their issues step-by-step: to touch that door handle, to sit on that toilet seat, to hug the mother they’ve regarded as contaminated for the past three years. It’s occasionally heartbreaking, admirably unsentimental and well intended throughout, but we’ve been here many times before in TV documentaries; as personable as the people may be, fresh insights are thin on the ground.
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