We don’t know people from the ‘inside’.
People rarely share their true feelings.
People rarely share their pain and worries.
We are all smiling on the outside, yet on the inside we are suffering.
Why are we so afraid of sharing our deepest feelings, worries, and anxieties with the people we love? Plus, why is there so much discontent?
We are currently living in a period of uncertaintity, discontentment and ambiguity and it’s causing a lot of anxiety and despair. As we witness a decline in decency, kindness and empathy we also know that:
“What explanation can there be for this catastrophic escalation,” asks author Andrew Solomon. The reasons are numerous – let’s talk. Join us on June 22nd at 7pm for a conversation dinner. Read Andrew Siolomon’s latest article in the New Yorker for some answers. https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/preventable-tragedies
“The gap between public triumph and private despair is treacherous, with the outer shell obscuring the real person even to those with whom he or she had professed intimacy.” – Andrew Solomon
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