The Social Prescribing Revolution is Here

Despite whatever genetic predispositions we may possess to calm storms cooperatively, suffering alone is ubiquitous, particularly in the developed world. Social isolation and loneliness make it harder than ever for people to connect, much less heal one another. It explains why GPs in Australia report that about 20% of their appointments involve patients who simply just want to have a chat;
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A Crack of Light

The first time I stumbled across the words “death doula” they clobbered me. Strong words made stronger by the drum of their alliteration, but that wasn’t it. It was the startling directness about a matter that concern us all, and which we talk about rarely and only in swerving euphemisms.
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