Tag: New Yorker
The stories we tell ourselves about ourselves
According to a post at Scientific American, people who have experienced loss or trauma may find healing if they are able to turn their life stories into a narrative that hangs together and makes sense. Recent research suggests that developing a story from the events in one’s life — not necessarily a story with a happy ending,…
Robert Mezey 2.
Perhaps my simmering shingles gave me a shot of extrasensory perception, for yesterday, when we received our issue of next week’s New Yorker, to my wondering eyes did appear a poem by Robert Mezey! A bit light, but you can read it here. I am duly chastened by the vast number of writers I don’t…