Breaking Through

Wylie, Mary Sykes
November 2008
Psychotherapy Networker Magazine;Nov/Dec2008, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p56
The article features poet David Whyte who experienced existential turmoil and clarity which he adjusted such problems in his life. Whyte recalls that he forced himself to laugh but deep within himself he was dying of humiliation. He stated that the soul is part of the human being who wanted to know one's failure, experience or to imitate someone else.


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