Moore introduces associations with "care" of soul
Family Scholars shares Svetlana Goretaya’s post "Thoughts on Care" in which she quotes Thomas Moore’s definition of "care" from his book, Care of the Soul. Moore writes:
Goretaya concludes, "There is something deeply and quietly human and ennobling about this kind of care. Here, care is used as a lead into a wider discussion on psychotherapy — it’s not an exhaustive definition, but being interested in therapy and psychology, it is fascinating to examine and meditate on this particularly rich facet of care."
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