Who else knows the phrase, "no pain, no gain? Dr. Paul Wong, registered psychologist adds to that phrase with "no suffering, no healing." The Founding President of the International Network on Personal Meaning (INPM), Fellow of both the American Psychological Association and the Canadian Psychological Association, and author of more than 120 scholarly journal articles, 60 invited chapters, and 7 books, Dr. Wong continues his quest for contemplation, connection, and shared humanity and community.
In a world untouched by suffering, Dr. Wong joins the PTSD and Beyond podcast to talk about the importance of embracing our shadow self as well as the pain, suffering, and grieving of life. "Have you ever talked to your 'evil twin?' Your 'evil twin' gives you the guts to be rejected," states Dr. Wong. Through the delicate balance of the soul and the shadow, that balance and harmony leads to wisdom and freedom. Deep wisdom and freedom lies on the the other side of darkness.
"It takes courage, determination, promise, and consistency to see the light through the lens of darkness," Dr. Paul Wong.
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