A Japanese Psychiatrist’s Takes on the Trials of Life

Each of us is born with a unique character, including distinctive “edges,” which are a key part of who we are. But sometimes other people poke at these edges and make our lives difficult. Unfortunately this trend is becoming more prevalent in today’s world. In this series, the psychiatrist Izumiya Kanji offers some hints on how we can lead our lives in such a world while preserving our individuality and being true to ourselves.

Reactivating the Self by Listening to the HeartIzumiya Kanji

In this age of plenty, a growing number of people are troubled by a loss of purpose and cannot even say what they want or like. Psychiatrist Izumiya Kanji explores the background to this problem and stresses the importance of listening to one’s own heart.

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