Love, Duty, Struggle and Sacrifice in Family Caregiving
This week we talk about love, duty, struggle, and sacrifice in family caregiving with author of the novel Things Unsaid Diana Y Paul. Things Unsaid is a tale portraying family in all its emotional complexity that traces back three generations rooted in guilt, karma, obligation, duty and broken promises. Though this novel is Diana’s latest work she also has a degree in psychology, philosophy, and a Ph.D in Buddhist Studies. As a Stanford Professor Diana authored 3 books on Buddhism. Diana shares her experiences and insights along with her process as an artist, writer, and friend.
Music by Misha Zarins.
Diana's Website: dianaypaul.com
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