This book brings together a good number of articles on psychology published by the author in the Camillian review on the culture of health care, Missione Salute. They are written in a language that can be understood, by people not involved professionally in this area as well. These articles speak about caring for oneself and for others, about illness and hope, about forgiveness and resilience. But they also address subjects that are interesting, curious, and a little ‘abrasive’.
They are fragments of psychology that are useful in understanding ourselves and others in a better way, in changing ways of thinking and behaving, in living well and in living relationships with other people in a better way.