‘Climate Change’ Is Causing An Ever Growing Emotional Toll Or Something

It’s the time of the year where we should take pity on people who have been brainwashed into a doomsday cult and attempt to lead them back from the brink. Or laugh at them. Whichever

‘Climate grief’: The growing emotional toll of climate change

When the U.N. released its latest climate report in October, it warned that without “unprecedented” action, catastrophic conditions could arrive by 2040.

For Amy Jordan, 40, of Salt Lake City, a mother of three teenage children, the report caused a “crisis.”

“The emotional reaction of my kids was severe,” she told NBC News. “There was a lot of crying. They told me, ‘We know what’s coming, and it’s going to be really rough.’ “

She struggled too, because there wasn’t much she could do for them. “I want to have hope, but the reports are showing that this isn’t going to stop, so all we can do is cope,” she said.

The increasing visibility of climate change, combined with bleak scientific reports and rising carbon dioxide emissions, is taking a toll on mental health, especially among young people, who are increasingly losing hope for their future. Experts call it “climate grief,” depression, anxiety and mourning over climate change.

Perhaps the Cult shouldn’t be pushing utter doom daily from a tiny increase in the Earth’s average temperature, something that happens off and on

A 10-STEP PROGRAM FOR CLIMATE GRIEF

After the U.N. report was released, Jordan looked for a way to help her children cope. She saw a sign at her church for a support group that deals with the issue, the Good Grief Network.

Founded by Aimee Reau, 30, and LaUra Schmidt, 32, Good Grief offers a 10-step program to help people deal with collective grief — issues that affect a whole society, like racism, mass shootings and climate grief.

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5 Responses to “‘Climate Change’ Is Causing An Ever Growing Emotional Toll Or Something”

  1. JGlanton says:

    One step program for Climate Grief:

    1. Look up some charts on raw temperature records, sea level records, snowfall records, drought records, tropical storm records, etc., until the grief goes away. It’s okay after that to be angry at the media for lying to you.

  2. Kye says:

    A One Step Program for Climate Grief should consist of leftists making amends to all the poor and middle class working people they have harmed by stealing their tax money and pouring it down a rabbit hole for The Rich, for example subsidizing expensive electric cars, sending billions to foreign countries for climate shenanigans and Fake Businesses like Solyndra and such.

    If all these rich guys were serious they could do one thing to show their support: make private and corporate jets illegal! We have jets, we don’t need to fly pols, businessmen and celebrities around in their own wasteful jets. A private jet is the most useless in-your-face waste of power on earth even more so than their mansions. They gotta have a place to live (though not a mansion or ten) but nobody needs to fly alone.

    It is suggested when President F.D.Roosevelt took to the sky in his specially outfitted C-54 Skymaster named Sacred Cow it was to “project American power wherever it went”. Well, that’s silly. If we need to project power we should nuke an enemy. That has worked every time it’s been tried and it makes a splendid display too.

    • Jethro says:

      Kye,

      You’re partly right. The working classes have been hurt but electric cars and foreign aid are tiny expenditures compared to the tax cuts for the rich, our military expenses (+ the interest on our largely defense debt).

      You’re spot on with your private jet complaint. Corporations buy jets for the execs and deduct their purchase and operations as legitimate business expenses. The execs can use them for personal and family excursions reimbursing the corporations for commercial rates (and get reimbursed by the corporation). It’s just another way to transfer tax monies from the working classes to the wealthy.

      If you want to reduce the use of corporate jets, cut the tax advantages. Of course their wasteful, but we continue to subsidize their use for the rich and famous. But banning corporate jets doesn’t sound conservative or libertarian.

      • formwiz says:

        Most of the military ventures were incurred by Zippy and the debt service was incurred by entitlements, which ought to be cut so people like Jeffery get a free ride in life.

        As for the tax cuts, which Jeffery denounces in true communist class warfare fashion, ours were among the highest in the world, while most other countries had not only lower corporate taxes by lots of subsidies.

        And, when Kye mentions subsidizing the Rich, he means the Rich Lefties (no such thing as a poor white Liberal) who screwed the Feds out of billions in schemes that sounded good, but could never work.

        When Jeffery wants to ban Tom Steyer’s or Zuck’s private jet, let us know.

  3. Jl says:

    Yes-if you took out the private jet advantage it would probably reduce the attendance at UN climate conferences by at least a half

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