Monthly Archives: January 2015

Psychiatry, Therapy and the Writing Legacy of Irvin Yalom

As far as I know, Yalom at 83 is still alive and at least until a few years ago, still seeing patients. So writing legacy aside, he stands as a formidable role model of how to grow old actively. I … Continue reading

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An existential take on book criticism

Maybe it’s because I watched the world leaders walking arm in arm behind a massive Parisian crowd. Maybe it’s just New Year reflections, or the fact I was staying with a therapist friend and his bookshelf was more erudite than … Continue reading

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