This column is inspired by a phrase in a terrific book I am reading “Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life” by Jungian psychologist James Hollis. The author wrote that many of the life’s hardships are “… a summons to consciousness, change and humility”….
Dear Michael: I am embarrassed to be writing to you, but so what? I am 37 years old, and angry all the time. The weird thing is, I don’t know exactly what I’m angry about, but I have to admit that lately my anger seems out…
Recently, a client told me: “I feel old on the outside, but so young on the inside. Why doesn’t anyone see this or understand? I am just learning (in my mid-sixties) how to enjoy myself and not worry about what other people think of me….