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This Easter has me thinking a lot. I don’t normally share that I am a Christian but felt that it was time to step out as we discuss connection. I want to connect with those in the Christian community still driven by fear. Fear of other, fear of war, fear of death, fear of exclusion. Fear is the real enemy that separates us from connection. The real message of Easter is to let go of fear and brave connection.
In part 2 of our series on connection I speak with author, Johann Hari. His new book, “Lost Connections: Uncovering the Real Causes of Depression – and the Unexpected Solutions” is a deep dive into the healing power of connection. We discuss depression, grief, mental health and healing.
Here are the links to more of Johan Hari’s brilliant work:
His Ted Talk on addiction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PY9DcIMGxMs&t=4s
His Author Page on Amazon where you can get “Lost Connections” or his prior book “Chasing the Scream”:https://www.amazon.com/Johann-Hari/e/B00NEUY9BY/ref=sr_tc_2_0?qid=1521728843&sr=8-2-ent
Or, you can learn more about his work on connection and depression, read reviews and be part of the discussion at: https://thelostconnections.com/