"People have experienced gaps. And, if we deny that, we can't approach them in a supportive way. We can also learn from those who have gaps in their lives." Elisabeth Punzi (Psychologist and Associate Professor at Gothenburg University)
something that is disconnected. A disruption. An empty room. Something that is missing.
Having a gap in one's life can make it difficult sometimes to grasp the wholeness of certain life event.
We all live with a gap. Some of us are aware of it. Some of us are not.
Gaps are contextual depending on where you are at that moment. They can be painful. But, they can also be a normal part of the course of our lives.
We filmed an interview with Elisabeth Punzi, Psychologist and Associate Professor at the Department of Psychology, Gothenburg University.
Video by: Basem Nabhan (Syria/Sweden)