17 Sep '14

‘My new homeland’

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door RK
When she came to Belgium with her husband three years ago the move signalled the start of an exciting story for Jutta Schubert. A story of learning to let go and accepting the new. Wezembeek-Oppem is a place where she and her husband have increasingly felt at home over the past few years.

When she came to Belgium with her husband three years ago the move signalled the start of an exciting story for Jutta Schubert. A story of learning to let go and accepting the new. Wezembeek-Oppem is a place where she and her husband have increasingly felt at home over the past few years. As well as the historical Belgian cities they adore the flea markets and the way Belgian people enjoy life. As a psychotherapist Schubert is fascinated by people. ‘When I look around me, both in Germany and Belgium, I see a great many people leading dissatisfied lives in the midst of our Western prosperity. Which makes it impossible for me to resist thinking about how I could help these people to deal with reality from a different perspective.’ (RK, okt 2014)