Jordan Peterson's personal torment by Rex Murphy
I cannot think of any politician, thinker or novelist who has sent so much comfort and aspiration to so many people. Peterson is not a missionary. He preaches no creed. But out of his deep reflections, his clinical experience, his dedicated exploration of why so many people are "offside," "removed" or "isolated" in modern society, he has found some elements of a message that revives their hope and reinvigorates their sense of dignity.
Mikhaila Peterson brought dignity and poise to what was clearly an
effort of great weight. I think it also worth remarking that it was good of her
to be so open and direct about his circumstances, as the many who have found
some strength and direction from her father's words were anxiously waiting for