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Robert Bly, a key figure of the American men’s movement, long ago brought our attention to our failure to initiate young people into adult society. “We’re substituting Prozac for depth psychology,” Bly warns. Characterized by petty rivalries, self-indulgence and lack of responsibility, our actions fail to fulfill what Bly describes as our true soul longing. With characteristic irreverence and colorful storytelling from diverse cultures, Bly tells us what we should be doing about adolescents and idle elders, not to mention televisions and computers. His original, insightful focus illuminates the harsh truths and inspiring possibilities of a culture caught in an adolescent phase of development - and possibly ready to move beyond it. (hosted by Michael Toms)
Robert Bly (1926-2021), Poet, translator and teacher. Bly was the author of many books, including:
To learn more about the work of Robert Bly go to www.robertbly.com.
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