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As the World Turns: Learning to Enjoy Times of Rapid Change

Around and around. I was riding an aerial tram car in which the floor turned in a circle, giving ever-changing views. Although the ride was exciting, it was hard to focus on any one thing. Life often feels like this: Even when good things surround us, we can feel disoriented when events, tasks, and people around us shift constantly. How can we make the most of these times? Read More

Times of rapid change

Great metaphor and good practical advice, Julie.

Really enjoyed this, Jules. I

Really enjoyed this, Jules. I was also glad to see that you have decided to allow yourself the time and space needed to post your column. I have a feelling the columns will be even better!

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Julie Exline, Ph.D., is a Professor in the Department of Psychological Sciences at Case Western Reserve University. She is a licensed psychologist and a certified spiritual director.


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