‘Let it be boldly admitted’

I recently read Father and Son by Edmund Gosse.


Edmund Gosse wrote this book in 1907 and it describes his early years in an exceptionally devout [stifling] Plymouth Brethren home following the painful death of his mother.

I was struck by this passage:

However, for me, this is a perspective that could also apply to Psychiatry and the stifling dominance of the biomedical approach.

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