Therapeutic Quotes

Quotes tagged as "therapeutic" (showing 1-6 of 6)
“What interests me about love is in part, a part of me that leaves with meeting a new person who's on the flickering edge of changing my story. At that juncture, I've got to put aside what I feel for others and be attentive to what the actions of the new person are saying they feel for me. Women are indeed therapeutic and having them around enriches me in a lot of ways.”
Ifeoluwa Egbetade

Kelseyleigh Reber
“At the bottom of freshly dug holes, I bury my problems alongside the waxen seeds.”
Kelseyleigh Reber, If I Resist

“The term 'Pharmacoenvironmentology' seeks to deal with the environmental impact of drugs given to humans and animals at therapeutic doses”
Syed Ziaur Rahman

Hanya Yanagihara
“I didn’t intend the book as anything therapeutic and I don't think that’s a novel’s goal or responsibility.”
Hanya Yanagihara

“The therapeutic effect of reading was not a new concept to the librarians running the VBC (Victory Book Campaign). In the editorial Warren published on the eve of commencing her tenure as director, she discussed how books could soothe pain, diminish boredom or loneliness, and take the mind on a vacation far from where the body was stationed. Whatever a man's need—a temporary escape, a comforting memory of home, balm for a broken spirit, or an infusion of courage—the librarians running the VBC were dedicated to ensuring that each man found a book to meet it.”
Molly Guptill Manning, When Books Went to War: The Stories that Helped Us Win World War II

“For the artist himself art is not necessarily therapeutic; he is not automatically relieved of his fantasies by expressing them. Instead, by some perverse logic of creation, the act of formal expressions may simply make the dredged-up material more readily available to him.”
Al Alvarez, The Savage God: A Study of Suicide