Neil McKenty talks with Safe Space about his experience with celibacy as a Jesuit Priest. Neil says that priests in training were not talked to or helped in coping with the demands of celibacy. Ultimately he was unable to remain celibate, left the priesthood and has been married for the past 27 years, a decision he credits as the best thing that ever happened to him.
An interview with documentary filmmaker Roger Amory about his inability to quit smoking. [Read more…]
An interview with couples therapist and workshop leader Dr. Mona Barbera about the legacy of divorce. [Read more…]
An interview with actor Sinead Rushe about performance anxiety and feelings of failure. Sinead describes how deeply her confidence in her own creative instincts was shaken when a play that she had written got a bad review and almost nobody came. She talks about how difficult it was to go out each night to a crowd of 9 people and give her all.