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Vystopia: The Anguish of Being Vegan in a Non-Vegan World
By Psychologist Clare Mann

Vegan Psychologist Dr. Clare Mann Interviews Dr. Michael Klaper, a gifted clinician, internationally recognized teacher, and sought-after speaker on diet and health, on the concept of  her book, Vystopia.

Below read about Vystopia: The Book by Psychologist Clare Mann:

 

Imagine everything you believe to be true suddenly shatters. Despite everyday challenges, you’re fairly positive and believe, on the whole, life’s an adventure and people are doing their best. You may hold social justice concerns about people and the environment and when you share these, people champion your efforts.

Then one day your life takes a 180-degree turn and you feel you are living in hell, made worse by the realisation that 99% of people around you contribute to it through their everyday consumer choices. You feel you’re in Aldous Huxley’s dystopian world of darkness, cruelty, competition, totalitarianism and greed. What happened to your world?

Vystopia: The Anguish of Being Vegan in a Non-Vegan World explores the world of the vegan, whose choices are seen by many as ridiculous or self‑righteous. Vystopia is the normal response any feeling human being should have after discovering the nature and extent of society’s systematised animal abuse. It’s fuelled by the trance-like collusion of non-vegans with a dystopian world they’ve not yet realised they’re part of.

Bestselling author Clare Mann, a vegan psychologist, communications trainer and existential psychotherapist, not only validates the vegan’s experience, but rejects medical labels which claim such anguish is abnormal. As a telling witness to vystopia – a term she coined in 2017 – she provides vegans with a language and toolbox to work through their anguish, and unite with others to examine the biggest social justice challenge of our time: our relationship with the animal kingdom.

Among the topics covered include:

  • How vystopia gets triggered in everyday life
  • Symptoms of vystopia
  • Misdiagnosis of vystopia as a mental illness by medical professionals
  • Why vegans question everything they’ve been told
  • Strategies for communicating effectively with non-vegans
  • How to navigate being in a relationship with a non-vegan partner

“A powerful book that should be read widely, especially by those in leadership positions.” – Dr Michael Klaper, MD, physician and author

“We must wake the world up to its own cruelty and this brilliant book offers the roadmap.” – Jane Velez-Mitchell, author, journalist, JaneUnchained.com

“Clare Mann not only masterfully describes the challenges animal advocates experience living in a non-vegan world, but also offers insights into navigating these challenges based on her extensive experience as a vegan psychologist working directly with other vegans. I can’t recommend this book highly enough.” – Casey Taft, Ph.D., Professor, Boston University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry

“A useful book that helps us navigate through the challenges and find happiness as vegans in a not-yet-vegan world.” – James Aspey, animal rights campaigner and speaker

“A must-read book.” – Kathy Divine, vegan author and publisher

5 Points of Interest About the Book’s Content or Story:

  1. First book of its kind to identify the unique experiences of vegans.
  2. Provides tools and resources to empower vegans to communicate more effectively to create change.
  3. Includes case studies from vegan psychologist Clare Mann’s private practice.
  4. Offers help in navigating relationships with non-vegan partners.
  5. Easy-to-read book whose individual chapters can be given to non-vegans to help them understand the vegan’s experience.

Book Details and Purchase Information:

Book Title: Vystopia: The Anguish of Being Vegan in a Non-Vegan World
By:
Clare Mann
Published by:
Communicate31

  • The book is available from https://vystopia.com and if you enter the coupon code Vystopia15 you will get 15% off the price!

Also at Amazon and most other online book retailers
Retail Price for Print: $12 USD, $15 AUD, £8 GBP, €9.00 EUR
Retail Price for eBook:
$6 USD, $8 AUD, £4.50 GBP, €5 EUR

Paperback Print ISBN: 978-0-9873461-9-3

Book Website: www.vystopia.com  
Publisher Website:
www.communicate31.com

Clare Mann BIO:

Clare Mann is an Australian-based vegan psychologist, best-selling author and passionate animal advocate. She is the co-founder of the Vegan Voices Smartphone App (http://vegan-voices.com ), co-contributor to the Sydney Vegan Club 30-Day Vegan Challenge and contributor to the books Plant Powered Women and Everyday Vegans. She provides skills training to help vegans and animal advocates communicate more effectively and animal welfare organisations to collaborate for increased effectiveness. Access her free video program Essential Skills for Vegan Advocacy.  In 2017 she coined the term ‘vystopia’ to describe the unique experiences of vegans and her new Vystopia: The Anguish of Being Vegan in a Non-Vegan World is now available worldwide.

Author Website: www.vystopia.com and www.veganpsychologist.com
Author Twitter: 
https://twitter.com/claremann
Author Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/veganpsychologistclaremann/
Author Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/clare_mann/
Author LinkedIn:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/claremann/

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