Surviving Depression in a Depressing World, Reconnecting with Nature

Over 280 million people suffer from depression around the world. Over 800,000 people commit suicide each year. Humanity is traumatised witnessing the destruction of the planet,some are doing what they can, while others, are so disconnected, they have become afraid of nature.

We are so deeply connected to our natural environment morethan weunderstand that it negatively affects our health and mental well being, to continue to distance ourselves. As Western society evolves into a technocracy,We have become more disconnected from Earth and our Natural Environment.

To find true inner balance and Peace,we must reconnect with nature, that is part of our purpose.Find your way back to the art of living, reclaim your humanity and feel that passion for life once again return.

If you would like a free excerpt of the chapter on The Art of Living, send an email to and you will receive a link to download this chapter.


Carlita Shaw

Surviving Depression in a Depressing World, an Ecological Perspective

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