Particularly in developed nations, ‘the individual’ sees themselves in dichotomy, as an existent individual that has not resolved their suppressed, inner conflicts.
How do we (or not) handle socializing in the face of aging. Is socializing good, advantageous, mandatory? Or is socializing something that gets in the way of doing . . . . . . whatever?
Social acceptance and friendship are hallmarks of the human experience. Humans are social creatures. However, humans get lost in the amalgam of social constructs, organizations, cliques and so forth. Humans effectively lose their sense of self because they feel the need to ‘belong’ to something external to themselves. Friendship must not be a substitute for … Continue reading Relying on the Self