The Profound Act of Sitting With Difficult Emotions and the Value of Process in Social Work Practice

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Grateful for honesty and thought

I would like to acknowledge and thank the author for their honesty and immensely valuable reflection. As a practitioner I sometimes feel the pull of 'fix me' and sitting with that can be challenging if I am unconscious of it. We are often driven by the end goal and miss the journey, the vital piece, by sitting with the difficult emotions we offer profound opportunities of understanding and healing. This article expressed this perfectly and humbly, referencing Barry Magid is also a good thing, he is a wonderfully gifted writer.
Thank you again.

Phil Hodgson more than 3 years ago

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