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Carolyn Baker - Where's The Grief?

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In the 1980's, people asked, "Where's the beef?" Though it hardly seemed like it then, those were much simpler times. With all the troubles facing humankind and the earth today, people are asking, "Where's the grief?" Are we grieving alone? Silently? The faces we see each day do not seem to fit these perilous times. What is going on and how can grief help humanity now?

Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes author, blogger and podcaster, Carolyn Baker, Ph.D. to the show on Tuesday Aug. 5 at 12 p.m. Eastern Time to discuss the importance of grief. We'll explore the tendency to live in our heads, how denying grief limits joy, and the role that grief must play in the lives of people who are directly confronting the world's most heart-wrenching predicaments.

A former educator, life coach, psycotherapist and speaker, Carolyn addresses grief and other topics on her podcasts The Lifeboat Hour and Speaking Truth to Power; in her daily blog; and in her many books including the latest: Extinction Dialogs, How To Live With Death In Mind, co-authored by Guy McPherson. For more information on Carolyn or to contact her go to carolynbaker.net.

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