Day 2184: Don’t miss the drama

Yesterday morning,  before leaving our dramatic New York City airbnb to attend the second and final day of a dramatic  group therapy conference, I didn’t miss the drama of this sign on the wall:

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I didn’t miss the fact that  “Don’t miss the drama” was a perfect invitation for a day of learning, connection, and  participation in the human drama of group therapy.

In those groups, I learned, again, how the dramas, traumas, thoughts, feelings, and actions of all the individuals present can dramatically form and transform a group experience. I’m so glad I didn’t miss the drama of that group therapy conference, despite the drama of our traumatic drive from Boston to NYC through white-out conditions on Thursday night.

Don’t miss the drama in my other photos from yesterday.

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IMG_1125Did you pick up or miss the dramatic thanks I’m giving to the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society and everyone else who contributed to the wonderful drama of my days in New York? Also, don’t miss the drama of my thanks to you — of course! —  for participating in this blog.

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Finally, don’t miss the drama of Marcelo Álvarez singing “Sperai, tanto il deliro” from Pagliacci:

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16 thoughts on “Day 2184: Don’t miss the drama

  1. I always feel invited when i’m on your blog. I extend the same invitation to you as always. I hope you like my tennis photos 🙂

  2. No “drama” in this post- just a great share of New York! Thanks Ann!

  3. I love the drama of opera–thanks for the Pagliacci clip!

  4. I’m sure you know this song but here it is again. What’s drama, after all, without a little comedy?

    • Laughter, as we all know, is the best medicine, but I did NOT know that song. As always, Chris, you help me to not miss out.

  5. Never been to the opera not my cup of tea

  6. That leak from your bedroom sign – oh my. Never pleasant to come home to.

    • That sign was on the door of our airbnb in New York — and we couldn’t miss it Very dramatic! However, there was no leak to be found. Thanks for the empathic comment, JT.

  7. The leak from the bedroom note should not be missed

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