Christmas over-consumption or: Ways to a more sustainable Christmas

It seems to be the same thing every year - a race to outdo one another, no one wants to be left out and you can't be seen giving less or fewer items than you did the year before. "You'd better watch out, you'd better not cry; You'd better not pout, I'm telling you why..." …

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Green politics and their promises…

Do we still believe in them? In this current day and age we are saddled with a nagging distrust of ourselves and of others, and certainly, it is the politicians we very often trust least of all. They are not able to stand for the ideals which seemed self-evident just a few generations ago, and yet, …

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The Continuum Concept – the book that might very possibly change your life (and your baby’s)

While I was translating a very comprehensive, highly readable and basically brilliant book by Katy Elphinstone "Autism and Asperger's, Advice for Parents and Carers" into German, I also came across some other very helpful and inspiring titles. One of those is the Continuum Concept by Jean Liedloff. In the 1970s she spent some years living …

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