Wednesday, 13 May 2009

Active Listening

Burnout is bad for the environment.

Update -
Some links on ecopsychology - courtesy of Janet Alty

The Psychlotherapist


Mary-Jayne Rust


Wilderness retreats

There are ups and there are downs, and then more ups and more downs. Keeping a level head is tricky. Maybe we should spend more time in the garden.

"To get credit for preserving the ocean or avoiding deforestation is like getting credit for not beating your wife," Tony Haymet, director of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in San Diego, California, (climate feedback)


susan said...

It does get exhausting, doesn't it? Thanks for the reference, very helpful. Hope you are OK.


I'm bimbling along ok, thanks, Susan. Preparing to move house, which is always a grind, but otherwise fair dinkum. Hope you're keeping exhaustion at bay and enjoying whatever comes your way.