Trauma, addiction and growth

“The history of childhood is a nightmarefrom which we have only recently begun to awaken”– Llyod deMause I am not a therapist and am not interested in the subtle distinctions between the different branches and sub-branches of psychology and psychoanalysis. When I read a book,…

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What about plants?

Everyone speaks about human rights, some raise questions about animal rights. Everywhere on this planet, animals are farmed for their flesh, killed for their skin, trained to entertain us and used in scientific research. However, they are increasingly seen as sentient beings and if the…

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What do they have in their heads?

A few months ago, I stumbled upon a painting by Pascale on my Facebook thread. A colourful frame showing a visage in profile, looking like an ancient map full of animals. Those held in cages represented the human brain and the others were free all…

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Pets in question with Charles Danten

Today I give the floor to Charles Danten, a graduate of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, who sold his veterinary clinic after eighteen years of practice with pets, farm and zoo animals to denounce the undesirable aspects of human-animal relationships. Despite the fact that Charles…

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