Month: April 2020

The Great Believers

By Elisabeth LaMotte / April 30, 2020

It feels like an appropriate time to read about a pandemic. Many describe how attention can wander during the quarantine, despite circumstances creating an optimal time for reading. Hours and hours of reading. Hours that are better spent reading quality fiction and non-fiction than overdosing on the news. The clever trick is to discover a…

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Listen

By Spencer Northey / April 21, 2020

Listen by Beyonce Listen to the song here in my heart A melody I start but can’t complete Listen to the sound from deep within It’s only beginning to find release Oh, the time has come for my dreams to be heard They will not be pushed aside and turned Into your own All ’cause…

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The Dutch House

By Elisabeth LaMotte / April 17, 2020

Stay at home orders should set the stage for readers to burn through those books that tend to pile up bedside tables. Bibliophiles finally have ample time to devour the literature on our list. Unfortunately, many of my therapy clients lament that reading during a global pandemic feels difficult. Concentration wanders. The news cycle lures…

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How Do We Find Meaning During Quarantine?

By Elisabeth LaMotte / April 10, 2020

During these unprecedented and unsettling times, it feels clear that none of us will come out of this fight against coronavirus the same way we went into it. I found it therapeutic to write about my early experiences as a therapist going into the quarantine and felt honored to have the opportunity to share these…

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