Human Landscape

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The middle brings its own discomfort that is immediately more challenging and ultimately more relieving, but requires different tools. It"s where I use the term "distress tolerance." Can we be in close proximity to the canyon of emotion without falling into it? Can we stand on the edge and look over the side to see what"s in there, be in relationship to it, but remember it"s not who we are or who we have to be? Can we get close enough to see the narrow trail carved into the inside of the precipice that allows us to travel back and forth, albeit with care?

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