American woman underwent a Freudian analysis without success.
She had used foul language to her analyst but he had failed to react and he disregarded her behaviour.
When she repeated some examples to me I told her in no uncertain terms that if she were ever to speak to me again like that, I would reply to her in the same fashion.
The patient pointed out that I had become emotional and that was not permissible for an analyst.
My answer was, “But it is human and I have the right to be human too.”
This allowed her to emerge from her schizophrenia.
She had become disoriented through the unnatural behaviour of her first analyst; she was brought back to reality by the honesty of my reaction and was cured. Carl Jung, Jung-Ostrowski, Page 15.