We often believe that if we are sad and anxious and troubled by parts of the world that there is something wrong with us. Sometimes, however, we suffer these painful feelings in response to really painful and difficult things in the world.
It is important to realize in these situations that is understandable when we don’t fit into the broken parts of the world.
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My name is Shelly Johnson, and I am a writer and philosopher with a Ph.D. in philosophy. One of my primary personal and philosophical interests is how we can learn to love ourselves and each other better in order to cultivate personal and political resilience. I teach ethics and a variety of other courses at a local college. I am the author of the blog Love is Stronger. I am also the author of three logic and critical thinking books for high school and middle school: _Argument Builder_, _Discovery of Deduction_ (co-author), and _Everyday Debate_, published by Classical Academic Press. You can reach me at email@example.com.
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