Reflecting on the Death of a Parent

My dad passed away about 17 days ago now. This is the first time I’ve tried to write about it in any meaningful way. What does one say that doesn’t sound like a cliche? As you can imagine, when someone you love passes, you hear every cliche in the book. “He’s in a better place,” or “at least he isn’t suffering anymore.” (No one has yet to tell me that life is meaningless and all that awaits us is the black hole of death. But…

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The Buddhist Therapist

The Buddhist Therapist

The relationship between mental health, spirituality and politics told from the point of view of a working psychotherapist.