How Not To Be Wrong

Two years ago today, in the midst of an awful family crisis, I started therapy after finally admitting that I wasn’t providing people I love with the help & support they needed. I did it more in desperation than in hope but scepticism soon gave way to a life-changing experience.

I learned that due mostly to some grim (but not paedophilic) experiences at my boarding schools, I’d spent most of my life in a state of almost permanent high alert. Attributes I’d always thought of as strengths – ‘resilience’ & a refusal ever to admit vulnerability or pain… More here.

His previous book, How To Be Right, is brilliant and the new one will be an instant purchase / instant read for me.

Categories: Books

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