Little Red Riding Hood is not as lucky as the main characters in other fairy tales. Other protagonists may have been born and raised in splendid palaces, and in times of danger and trouble, there will be a "prince" or "fairy" from the sky to rescue them and help them remove obstacles.
And little Red Riding Hood has neither the preference of fate, nor the "golden finger", she will always fall into the "doomed" dilemma, as to whether she can survive the crisis, her heart is completely uncertain. In a sense, we are all Little Red Riding Hood, not so lucky, not strong enough, not smart enough, can only cope with the frequent failure, frustration, trauma and bad luck of the ordinary body.
This book uses the metaphor of the classic fairy tale Little Red Riding Hood to illustrate that one day, we will leave the warm cabin built by our parents and enter the dangerous forest to experience the baptism of life. But if we learn to deal with the challenges, learn from them, and grow, we will have a more fulfilling life.
Through the transition between symbolic language and psychological language, this book draws a mental map of women's self-growth, exploring the mission and challenges we face in different stages of life during adolescence, adulthood, and midlife. Happiness, sorrow and joy are precious life experience, may we find meaning in the confusion, and find experience in the exploration.
About the author
[Russia] Yulia Pirumova
Doctor of Psychology, practicing psychotherapist, specializing in Gestalt therapy; He is a popular blogger and author. Over the past few years, she has continued to improve her qualifications in the field of psychotherapy, obtaining certificates of study from the Moscow Institute of Psychoanalysis, the Moscow Gestalt Institute, and the Moscow Institute of International Relations.