Cristina is still in her slump and turning mean, Izzie finally confronts Ava/Rebecca, and Meredith's anger with her therapist is challenged by a patient with a Cinderella story.

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Meredith's therapist tries a different tactic in not allowing her to give up and quit her therapy, while Cristina's therapy consist of taking it out on everyone around her. In an effort to turn over a new leaf, Sloan's therapy consists of being loved for his mind instead of his body, while Bailey counsels her child for hitting other children in day care, and both Derek and the Chief are getting the cold shoulder from the ladies in their life. Written by Moviedude1

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Every episode is named after a song. This episode refers to either the Black Crowes' or Maroon 5's "Losing my Mind" See more »

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Dr. Lexie Grey: I forgive you.
Dr. Meredith Grey: Lexie.
Dr. Lexie Grey: No. I forgive you. I forgive you for treating me like crap, and I forgive you for letting your friend treat me like crap.
Dr. Meredith Grey: Lexie...
Dr. Lexie Grey: I don't know how you get up in the morning, I honestly don't. Our dad abandoned you. And your mom by all accounts was the meanest person ever and you can't let Derek love you, and it all really, really sucks. But ever since I knew you existed, I had this fantasy about my big sister, and you have failed on every occasion to live up to that ...
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Partly boring, partly touching
10 January 2012 | by See all my reviews

I have been watching Grey's Anatomy since season 1 and looking back, I can say that this episode was one of the most emotional ones so far. Of course, the Meredith-can't-come-back-to-Derek storyline got boring after two episodes. But the thing that really touched me was the patient story in this episode. We already saw two of the patients on Meredith's and Derek's project die, more or less tragic. But when this woman was told that her boyfriend, the only person that had ever loved her, was an product of her mind, she burst into tears and was operated. I nearly cried when it turned out that Andre was very real and that she would not wake up from coma again. The last thing she thought before being operated was that nobody ever truly loved her. A horrible fate and with this story the episode has earned 9 stars for me; for the Meredith thing I would have given three or four.


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