Vegan Psychology

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Does it matter if your therapist is vegan?

Clients see therapists for a wide range of issues including divorce, physical abuse, addictions and eating disorders.  They don’t necessarily need to have personally suffered from these challenges to help.  But what if you’re suffering from vystopia? Would you feel heard by a non-vegan therapist?  If your problems aren’t about vystopia, could you compartmentalise your veganism or would it be a problem because veganism infiltrates every aspect of your life?    In this article in Plant Based News, Dr Alex Lockwood explores these issues.

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https://www.plantbasednews.org/post/make-difference-if-your-therapist-vegan

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Calling all Vegans – Playing Your Part in Creating a Vegan World Now

Calling all Vegans is podcast coming out of Toronto, Canada where Sue Spahr and Alec Bosse interview vegans all over the world to share their wisdom and teaching to more quickly usher in this new era. In this 60-min podcast I explore the bigger systematic issues behind creating real societal change and how we can each play our part in reaching this tipping point.

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Why are vegan or vegetarian men twice as likely to suffer from depression?

When vegans are asked if it’s difficult to be vegan, they invariably say that not being a vegan that is difficult but living in a non-vegan world with values and attitudes that resist what is a philosophy of kindness, compassion, health and environmental respect.

The following article, “Vystopia: Can leading a vegan lifestyle make you depressed?” appeared in the Lifestyle and Food Section of the UK Telegraph newspaper on 21st January 2019. It explores the challenging journey of the vegan and critics like TV presenter Piers Morgan who are indirectly forcing the conversation into the public arena.

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PDF Vystopia Article Tanith Carey

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