As therapy culture rises in American cinema, “A Million Miles Away” emerges, challenging the status quo. Director Abella portrays José Hernández, emphasizing community and resilience over pop psychology.
Stressed? Studies show that religious escapes can improve your well-being, creativity, and spirituality by providing an opportunity for reflection.
Is encouraging women to conform to the diminutive dress standards of Instagram leading them to a place of freedom and power – or just the opposite?
What if we become who we are by aligning ourselves with truth?
Influential voices tell us that to be yourself, you need to reject external sources of meaning—and follow “your truth.” But detaching authenticity from truth leads to emptiness, not fulfillment.
When we look at people as members of a group first, someone’s true character and passions may be overlooked. We feel like we understand when we understand very little.
I sit with several of my Public Square friends to discuss their recent articles discussing accuracies, and inaccuracies, of common assumptions about Utah.
Many have been persuaded to pursue an “authentic” image of ourselves in our own countenance, rather than seeking the image of God there. Could that be why we’re so miserable?
Depression is real and often excruciating. Let’s not make it worse by persuading people it is invariably life-long and based on permanent, intrinsic deficiency.