Monday, February 14, 2005

That way sanity lies

From a friend on LJ, a nice piece in the Observer about a guy who is writing about what it means to be sane, instead of screwed up. I'm not a huge fan of psychotherapy, myself, so this one resonated: "He may well be the most sceptical psychoanalysts practising today, and has famously said that, 'for me, psychoanalysis is only one among many things you might do if you're feeling unwell - you might also try aromatherapy, knitting, hang-gliding. There are lots of things you can do with your distress."

Also, the bit about taking time to be bored and see what comes out of it is really nice. The Observer | Magazine | That way sanity lies.

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