A common scenario when I’m working with a client – whether they are dealing with addictions, eating disorder, weight issues or relationship problems – is listening to how their life has gotten out-of-control and the resulting stress and anxiety they battle with. They want to get rid of these uncomfortable symptoms, and I understand that. But sometimes, I notice that the client does not actually want to give up their dramas. “I just want to have a peaceful life,” they say with a heavy sigh. Yet I may sense in them an attachment to living a highly-strung, chaotic life.