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Gabor Maté: On Storytelling, Health, and the Ruling Class, with Ryan Meili

http://briarpatchmagazine.com/articles/view/gabor-mate-storytelling Click on the link for Part 2 of this fascinating, wide-ranging interview with Gabor Mate (Part 1 was yesterday’s post). The writer is often struck with the strong links between what Gabor is saying, and person-centred. For example, Rogers … Continue reading

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Gabor Maté: How Capitalism Makes Us Sick, with Ryan Meili

http://briarpatchmagazine.com/articles/view/gabor-mate-how-capitalism-makes-us-sick Click on the link for Part 1 of an interview with Gabor Mate by Ryan Meili in Briarpatch Magazine – we will be posting Part 2 as well (or there is a link at the end of Part 1, … Continue reading

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Jo Confino – Grieving could offer a pathway out of a destructive economic system

http://www.theguardian.com/sustainable-business/2014/oct/02/grieving-pathway-destructive-economic-system Click on the link for this article in the Guardian by Jo Confino, about the road into more economically, ecologically and emotionally sustainable ways of living, through encountering grief – our pain and the world’s. The writer agrees with Jo’s comment:- … Continue reading

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