The founder of The School of Life shared his thoughts on how people should embrace the “new vulnerability” they’re experiencing, and the newfound ability to be honest about how they really are.
“One of the great things about this time is that we are rediscovering one another.
Most of the time we are so busy, but also we have such a front,” De Botton explained.
“So many of us think ‘I’m unusual, I’m so strange, other people are all having a great life, they’re having a great time.”
“This is a time when there’s no more FOMO, there’s no ‘fear of missing out’ during a pandemic.

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