De-bunking Carnism Whilst Managing Your Vystopia

When you became vegan, did you get a rude shock about the world?

The discovery of systematised animal cruelty can lead to guilt, shame and anger at how this has been allowed to continue for so long. It can also lead to frustration and despair when others refuse to listen to the facts, deny the truth, and refuse to even consider change.

In this recent podcast on the UK-based Carnism Debunked platform, George Martin and Clare Mann discuss the anguish of being vegan in a non-vegan world and how to develop the tools and techniques to influence others to change whilst taking good care of our physical and psychological health.

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Check out this podcast to gain support and learn even more strategies to be a powerful voice for veganism and animal liberation.

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