Day 2624: Get Seen, Be Loved

Yesterday, when I arrived back in Boston, I saw two signs that summed up my experience at the American Group Psychotherapy Association annual conference, Connect 2020.

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Getting seen and being loved, to me,  beautifully expresses the healing power of groups.

These recent photos are waiting to get seen and be loved.

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Get seen, be loved, even with all the mess.

For the second day in a row, I want the late, great McCoy Tyner to get seen and be loved here.

If you’d like to get seen and be loved, please leave a comment, below.

As always, I am grateful to all who help me get seen and be loved, every day.

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15 thoughts on “Day 2624: Get Seen, Be Loved

  1. I enjoy coming here every day both because I want to hear what you have to say and also because of the diverse voices you share.

  2. Sadly, some people are seen way too much and are very difficult to love!

  3. puella33

    I’m looking at the empty NY streets -I never saw then empty. So when people unite for a good reason, things can get done. Have a nice Sunday, Ann- welcome back

  4. I am rarely seen but very loved

  5. I see you clearly.

  6. I see that I have gotten here a bit late. But not too late, I hope.

    Ann, you are seen and heard from around the world and the blogosphere.

  7. Pingback: Day 2661: Breaking News | The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

  8. I did love your New York scenes, Ann.

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