“Life is not the way it’s supposed to be. It’s the way it is. The way you cope with it is what makes the difference.”
– Virginia Satir
Cuckoo Clock Number 5 – A Watercolor Sketch
This one is my Cuckoo at the Theater version. I know… it’s very weird here in Bethville.
About Virginia Satir
American psychotherapist Virginia Satir played a central role in
shaping family therapy. She was born in Wisconsin on June 26, 1916.
While working as a teacher, she became deeply involved in the lives of
her students and their parents. This led to graduate school and a career
change. She took on the mission of inspiring therapists to work with
families. She cofounded the Mental Health Research Institute in
California, where she held the first-ever family-therapy training
program. She died on September 10, 1988.