I originally planned to write about what is happening in Indonesia right now, but on the way to the office, I heard something that moved everything else out of my mind. I was listening to a podcast by the British writer and comedian Henry Normal. Henry Normal’s son was born with autism. While dealing with the challenges of coping with the situation, he met a psychiatrist.
The psychiatrist told him that he had been practicing for 30 years. In that time, every single person who had come to him for help had the exact same problem. They all felt they weren’t good enough.