By John Glionna, from the LA Times: For Jung Joon, the moment of truth arrives for his clients as they slip into the casket and he pounds the lid in place with a wooden hammer. Insights arise, he says, as they are confronted with total, claustrophobic darkness, left alone to weigh their regrets and ponder Read more…

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Why does music move us? Why can it make us feel so alive, so human? Yesterday morning, I woke up very early, as the birds were beginning to sing. It was the day we had to move out of the house we moved into just a year ago – the landlady had decided to sell Read more…

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I‘ve come across an ‘anxiety blog’ by Robert Leahy, who’s one of the more famous cognitive therapists working in the US, and the director of the American Institute for Cognitive Therapy in New York. The blog, which is hosted by the magazine Psychology Today, requires him to write a post about anxiety every week, which Read more…

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