Good read that encourages us to critically think about how the world around us impacts well-being. Depression is not something isolated to the individual mind or reducible to simple biology. Explore alternatives.
“Ecological grief reminds us that climate change is not just some abstract scientific concept or a distant environmental problem. Rather, it draws our attention to the personally experienced emotional and psychological losses suffered when there are changes or deaths in the natural world. In doing so, ecological grief also illuminates the ways in which more-than-humans are integral to our mental wellness, our communities, our cultures, and for our ability to thrive in a human-dominated world.”Read More