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Support letter from Lisa Romero PHD Psychologist

 
I have had several long talks for several years with Diego, during which we have touched very important issues about our lives as human beings, but above all we have underlined the fact that most of us are attached to all sorts of strange beliefs that prevent us from seeing our inner self and the facts of the external world with clarity.
 
So, we started this long journey together, questioning the need we have for finding security in absurd ways of thinking, which are so harmful for our lives and create conflicts in our psyche and among human beings.
 
I have submitted him several times problems related both to my personal life and my professional life as a psychologist and each time I found he was able to penetrate each situation at 360°, with a mind that was always clear, alert, capable of pointing out every side of the problem, thus making our conversations full of energy, stimulating a rational and yet deep thinking, which made me feel as if revitalized afterwards.
 
Nothing was strange to him; nothing was too odd to be faced with a bold attitude, with no irrational fear of encountering awkward sides that could not be freely observed. Every aspect of life seemed to be familiar to him, both for what concerns our daily life problems related to work or to the relationship with our friends, family members or partners.
 
He also showed uncommon skills in understanding the most serious psychiatric conditions, such as the ones we can find in mentally disturbed people.
 
The purposes of his EOF Project are, to my thinking, a courageous attempt to attack irrational fear, which is the seed of all our misfortunes. So, from every possible angle, scientific and emotional, he is fighting to destroy all sorts of biases, ideologies and beliefs that put a barrier to healthy choices in our lives and minds.
 
As hard as it may be, this path he has indicated is worthwhile being considered with utmost attention, if we want to be free from the burdens, which so heavily condition our lives.
 
 
- Lisa Tassone Romero
PHD Psychologist, Milan, (Italy)
2016
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