A Weekly Column on Being Human by Wellness Specialist Elizabeth Clayton
There is nothing like the ghost of a carcinogenic pesticide to take the glee out of eating a good salad.
Knowing how to get old is confusing. There seems to be a lot of loss involved. Maybe we can go with it.
What is it like to be the less super of family greats? Jeb Bush’s governorship to brother George W.’s presidency? Venus Williams‘ 49 tennis singles titles to sister Serena’s 73?
Finding yourself in a still moment is almost unheard of nowadays. It reminds me of being in a grocery store...
Twelve years ago, I didn’t realize I was lonely until my partner gently let me know that the particular kind of deep dive conversations I kept trying to have with him was what girlfriends were for.
Anyone who has lost someone close to them to dementia, degree by degree until they are truly all gone, has witnessed something profoundly heartbreaking.
Up ahead I could see her picking raspberries off a bush and transferring them to her mouth, the exact same lady I saw there last week.
How do you know you're not supposed to take all the cake?
Out of all the areas to safeguard, psychological safety is interesting for how it zeroes in on our psyche, the psyche being the “who we are” part of our make up.
Story is our heart's weak link: when we hear someone's story, they become human to us.
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