People have long sought the spiritual. And although the Pew Center for the Study of Religion finds "no-religion" to be the fastest growing religion, many people, including some atheists and agnostics, still want spirituality to be incorporated into their life.
That urge may feel more pressing today amid COVID stresses and racial roiling atop modern-day’s normal challenges.
My Psychology Today article today offers six ways in which even an atheist or agnostic can build spirituality into their lives.
In an east London classroom, the realities of racism come sharply into focus
COVID Recreations: On making the most of walking, reading, cooking, listening to and playing music, tweaking your home, and handwriting letters
My Psychology Today article today offers my thoughts on how to make of these COVID-friendly recreations: walking, reading, cooking, listening to and playing music, tweaking your home, and handwriting letters.
My Psychology Today article today offers a letter from a person who has felt inert because she doesn't feel she can compete with her father. I offer advice that could enable her to succeed on her own terms as well as to become a stronger thinker.