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Rachel Naomi Remen on the wounded healer

“Wounding and healing are not opposites. They’re part of the same thing. It is our wounds that enable us to be compassionate with the wounds of others. It is our limitations that make us kind to the limitations of other … Continue reading

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Brené Brown on asking for help

“One of the greatest barriers to connection is the cultural importance we place on “going it alone.” Somehow we’ve come to equate success with not needing anyone. Many of us are willing to extend a helping hand, but we’re very … Continue reading

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Laura Delano on Feeling your feelings, empathy, compassion – & the shrink

Click on the above link to visit Laura’s Facebook page, for this moving, accurate, important post. We work outside the ‘mental health’/psychiatric system and terminology here. We choose our therapists for their willingness to do their own work and their … Continue reading

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Seeking Sanctuary in Our Own Sacred Spaces – Parker J. Palmer

http://www.onbeing.org/blog/parker-palmer-seeking-sanctuary-in-our-own-sacred-spaces/8928 Click on the link to visit http://www.onbeing.org for this wonderful piece by Parker J Palmer on the importance of creating sanctuary in our lives, to support our doing what we can to survive in – and challenge – the … Continue reading

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Monica Cassani on bridging the ‘professional’/’patient’ divide

http://beyondmeds.com/2014/11/09/mental-health-related-stigma-in-health-care-and-mental-health-care-settings/ Accurate, stimulating post from Monica’s site, http://www.beyondmeds.com, which features regularly on this blog. Her site is packed with useful resources/links, and excellent articles by Monica and others. The writer finds reference points for what Monica describes in her own … Continue reading

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Rachel Naomi Remen on Healing

http://beyondmeds.com/2015/02/01/wounded-people/ Click on the link to visit http://www.beyondmeds.com for this lovely quotation and a rich treasure trove of other resources….Thank you, Monica. ‘The healing of our present woundedness may lie in recognizing and reclaiming the capacity we have to heal … Continue reading

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John O’Donohue: Beauty that emerges from woundedness

“The beauty that emerges from woundedness is a beauty infused with feeling; a beauty different from the beauty of landscape and the cold perfect form. This is a beauty that has suffered its way through the ache of desolation until … Continue reading

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