Vegans Speak Your Truth and Communicate with Impact

Have you ever felt like you needed to hold back your truth for the sake of someone else's approval? Do you struggle to communicate effectively in ways that feel like both (or multiple) perspectives are being shared and truly heard? Have you found it challenging to navigate the trends of social media and current cultural norms, while trying to find your own voice through it all?

I join Katie Kurpanek, Eco-Living Coach and Podcast Host, to share examples of effective communication within relationships. I will share “provocative” questions and thoughts that challenge both social and media norms, along with many “inconvenient truths” I have learnt over the years as a vegan psychologist.

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