Adult play is seriously misunderstood, and very under-rated. In our culture, we adults are not very good at playing. Yet, we need to play, in order to grow.
Jung is famous for his focus on the second half of life. Yet within that second half of life, there are specific challenges for individuals 60 and over.
Here is a deceptively simple phrase: "my whole self". We often feel like we know all of ourselves, yet there's more to each of us than we suspect.
Just what is "emotionally healthy spirituality"? Is "spirituality" important? How does it contribute to emotional well-being and to psychological growth?
How do I deal with imposter syndrome? This is a vital question for many people who outwardly seem to be very accomplished and capable.
At this point in our collective journey, disillusionment with life has become a pandemic of its own. A great many people in our time deal with disillusionment
"Keeping up appearances" is a necessary part of life; we all do it. As a social species, humans have to manage the way that they appear to each other.