Quiet, @susancain’s paradigm-shifting book, changed the way we think about introverts forever. In this online event, Cain discusses her new book Bittersweet, revealing the strength and power in vulnerability, loss and pain.
Book now: penguin.co.uk/events/2021/su…
We’re thrilled to announce New York Times bestselling author @susancain will be our closing keynote for Goodness Matters 2022.
We hope to see you in San Diego (or virtually) for #GM2022!
Register now: bit.ly/3xV8aRV
“You have the blood of a poet. You have that and always will. You show, in the middle of savage things (that I like), the gentleness of your heart, that is so full of pain and light.”
— Federico García Lorca
Regret, sadness, longing, resignation, deep loneliness. Art that reflects pain & sorrow moves us more deeply than anything else, but why? Author @susancain plumbs the depths in this book. Well worth a read. twitter.com/cbcbooks/statu…
To feel sadness, sorrow, and longing is part of the human experience. They make us whole. And... you can actually find a deeper happiness in your melancholy. How?
The thoughtful @susancain joined the podcast this week to open this up for us! Enjoy :)
I’m listening to Bittersweet, a book by @susancain —and seeing what she is talking about happen in real time in our world is amazing, it’s what helps the human spirit rise up against all odds. twitter.com/carlbildt/stat…
Agree - it's really good. Other false narratives are that Long Covid isn't really a problem, or only a problem for those who had severe acute Covid, and/or just involves persisting echoes from an initial infection - none of which are remotely true. (Hello Month 6 for me) twitter.com/philipcball/st…
“How to stop time: kiss.
How to travel in time: read.
How to escape time: music.
How to feel time: write.
How to release time: breathe.”
Matt Haig - Reasons to Stay Alive, 2015.
Théo van Rysselberghe - Canal in Flanders, 1894.
The artist is Tuesday Rddell A London based artist who is an Endangered craft of Japanning artist. If you are unsure what this is and can be bothered, there are videos to watch.. a process originating in the 17 th Century Back later 😊Helen �1F
Thrilled to share my #Bittersweet convo w @KatecBowler. Kate is very smart, very tender & very funny. You’re going to want her to be your new best friend. We discussed existential longing, the secret to combatting compassion fatigue, & more.
Viruses can escape the immune responses generated against them and to establish a latent state that is not visible to the immune system & reactivate when immunity is compromised.
Viruses hide in CD4+ T cells, all T cells, B lymphocytes, germinal epithelial cells, & neurons.