For Awe
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For Awe

I Did an Experiment, and The Results are In; Coffee Can’t Cure Grief

(And neither does time.)

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I arrived at work 20 minutes early, hoping to get some paperwork done, return emails, and have a third cup of coffee. My office is a hot mess littered with piles of paperwork that I’ve been planning to sort through “once Covid is over,” whatever that means.




For true happiness and better physical and mental health, make way for awe. In the vastness of the universe, the opportunities for finding awe are unlimited. Sharing our experiences of awe increases the impact it has on us and further connects us for the greater good.

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Laura Silverstein, LCSW

Laura Silverstein, LCSW

Career couples therapist turned published author! Check out Love Is an Action Verb, a DIY relationship self-help book:

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