Warmists Suffering From Climate Anxiety Are Not Alone Or Something

They keep telling us that ‘climate change’ is causing all sorts of mental disorders, and they’re kinda correct. Though it’s a self fulfilling diagnosis, where a fake issue base on politics rather than science is making the Believers to go wonkers. So bat guano insane that this piece is in Vogue, a magazine about the “latest fashion news, beauty coverage, celebrity style, fashion week updates, culture reviews, and videos”, which features such big issues as Bella Hadid’s bangs and 11 outfits that will be all over Instagram this spring

If Climate Change Is Causing You Anxiety or Even Grief, Experts Say You Are Not Alone

We only have 22 years to get our affairs in order. At least, that’s the message many of us understood after reading the alarming report released this month by the United Nations’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which predicted that the human population could witness a major environmental catastrophe as early as 2040—think: massive famine, droughts, coral reefs dying off, wildfires, and other cataclysmic conditions.

It’s a harsh reality that brings our worst fears to a very, very near future, leaving many of us feeling rattled, hopeless, even depressed. Susan Clayton, a professor of psychology and environmental studies at the College of Wooster and coauthor of a 2017 report titled “Mental Health and Our Changing Climate: Impacts, Implications, and Guidance,” says there’s evidence that mental health issues tied to the precarious future of our planet are on the rise. “We can say that a significant proportion of people are experiencing stress and worry about the potential impacts of climate change, and that the level of worry is almost certainly increasing.” And while there is not a specific name for this type of preoccupation, several studies have coined it “eco-anxiety,” “climate change distress,” and “ecological grief.” “How it will affect people’s mental health in the long run will depend on how society responds to it,” Clayton adds.

For many people, eco-anxiety is already a part of everyday life. Last week, as the country watched Hurricane Michael, a Category 4 storm making its way across the Florida Panhandle, I had already been obsessively tracking its path and likely cone of impact for days. Only a year after moving to Miami from New York City, I had become a full-blown hurricane obsessive, following expert storm trackers and climate specialists on Twitter as diligently as people were tracking Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande’s whirlwind relationship.

So, let’s see: the Cult of Climastrology publishes, broadcasts, and releases tons of Doomy missives yearly, culminating with some sort of ultra-doomy “study” shortly before the yearly UN IPCC conference in a great vacation spot where 10,000+ take fossil fueled trips, and this makes Warmists to feel “exo-anxiety” and stuff. To become mentally unsound. And because Warmists now feel mentally wackadoodle, we get articles about ‘climate change’ causing “climate change distress.”

It really is a self induced form of mental illness, and, people this far out of touch from reality really should not be given a voice in anything of consequence, like government policy and taxation.

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