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Advocacy and Adaptation: Fitting In and Living Joyfully in a Non-Vegan World

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Having experienced all these benefits of getting meat, dairy, and eggs out of our lives and having found our own voice, it’s natural to next ask “Where do I fit into this whole thing?” “How can I help?” “What skills do I have that I can use to be part of the solution?” What’s my contribution?” Finally, we can relax into this compassionate and healthy way of living and adapt fully and joyfully into a non-vegan world. This episode wraps up our 10 Stages of What Happens When you Stop Eating Animals.


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