Russ Harris, MD is known for his ability to translate big Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Theories into practical guides when we’re in the midst of suffering. Ethical dilemmas by definition don’t have quick, easy solutions that often involve reckoning with complex moral emotions (e.g., guilt, righteousness, disgust, embarrassment). The capacity to open up to these reactions instead of struggling with or avoiding them allows us to tap into our intuitions, ask for the help we need, and gain a clear sighted view of our values. Yes, it’s painful but it can save hours of heartache and moral injury. Check out his 10 steps for any dilemma here!