The Acceptance of Suffering

Inevitably we falter. Inevitably the slow cycle of boredom and suffering begins to hurt us. Many of us choose busyness, filling our lives with activities and screens because the slowness and mundanity of regular life is too much for us. So movement ensues. We work not for our own survival but to fill but the empty spaces between after our basic needs are met. As much as it is a cliche to say life is short, life is also somehow incredibly…

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

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