Really one is spoiled for memoir titles. Take any navel-gaze ever written by a man for men, change one or two words and there you are. In this case that's not fair. So many of Jung's clients and students were women, and the attitude to women in the Jungian system is much less naive and blindly, blandly eroticized than in older systems of psychology.
I was thinking this morning about how the cultivation of children lately requires some larger-than-life hero - fair enough - it always has, right? I'm worried about what happens to us now, though, that our celebrity system has spread its tentacles from the fine arts, where it had become ubiquitous, into the wider bank of potential heroes. Especially into our wildly populist political systems (even in Canada - don't tell me there aren't an ocean of idiots who were successfully dissuaded from voting for Paul Martin's Liberals because he was uncharismatic and had been successfully nicknamed Mr. Dithers).