Bummer: You’re Feeling Collective Grief Over ‘Climate Change’ And Don’t Even Know It

These people. I’m not even sure of where to begin on this level of bat guano insanity

Are We Feeling Collective Grief Over Climate Change?
The idea is highly controversial, but at least one psychiatrist is convinced that we are, whether we know it or not


Yet (Dr. Susteren, a psychiatrist, and, unshockingly, a climate activist) speaks of a collective anxiety that is insidious, even if we haven’t managed to connect all the dots.

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“There isn’t the slightest shred of doubt in my mind, that everyone on some level is anxious, deeply anxious, about climate change,” the forensic psychiatrist says. She attributes her belief to decades of experience with people who have difficulty knowing what they are feeling on a deeper level, and she understands that anxiety comes from many headwaters.

Deeply, peeps! Deeply! And many of you are in denial as to how deep the anxiety is

“We can be anxious about ISIS, we can be anxious about our kids . . . our health, our finances and all the rest. The confluence is such that it becomes amorphous and we walk around with a great deal of indescribable unease. And it can be either very difficult, or people will outright deny—depending on how deep or great their walls are—that it is coming from an overwhelming sense that the world is turned upside down from climate.”


“Denial is something that allows us sometimes to get through the day,” says Dr. Van Susteren. “And in some cases that’s really good, that’s adaptive, but in other cases it’s going to kill you . . . and this one’s going to kill you.”

Kill you! Of course, denial is the first step. Then we get the gamut of climate insanity attached to anger, bargaining, depression, and finally, acceptance. They’re using the Kübler-Ross framework for Hotcoldwetdry.

Meanwhile, the cauldron simmers with a stew of emotions, actions and inactions. The realities hit closer to home with every Hurricane Sandy, each new Zika hot spot on the map, and with the ever-dwindling array of animals, from the Monarch butterfly, to the pelican and stork and 1300 other types of birds whose collective song, or lack thereof, might well serve as warning: we, too are a threatened species.

Remember that Hurricane Sandy-style storm that hit in 2013? Or 2014? 2015? Wait, there weren’t any? Seriously, this kind of article exposes the self-induced clinical insanity of the Cult of Climastrology. Funny how their own anxiety doesn’t produce actions within their own lives, like giving up the use of fossil fuels, purchasing expensive solar panels for their homes, only buying local, growing their own food, keeping their appliances unplugged when not in use, taking two minute showers, only using two squares of toilet paper, etc. Instead, they’re trying to make everyone else as mentally unstable as they themselves are.

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