By HENRI FLIKIER
RIPR – How often have you stood impatiently in what turned out to be the interminably long line at the supermarket, or felt at a complete loss for what to do in those all-too-rare, often unexpected hiatuses in your overly scheduled life? As Henri Flikier observes in this encore essay, boredom is in the eye of the beholder and, often, is not what it seems.
Henri Flikier is a clinical social worker and psychotherapist practicing in Providence and North Kingstown. He grew up in Paris, France and moved to New York City as a teenager. Flikier resides with his family in East Bay.