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1/11/2021, Seattle Times, ‘Belonging’ has more to do with your health than you might think, by Carrie Dennett

“While Bacon offers readers tools for building resilience — including compassion and acceptance for ourselves and for others — these aren’t just individual pursuits. They’re part of the bigger picture of connection, community and social justice. “What the pandemic has made clear is that if we don’t take care of everybody, then everybody is at risk,” Bacon said. “I would love to see wellness movements put more energy into taking care of the lives of more marginalized people.” For example, when we improve health for marginalized people through better wages, we improve health for everyone.” Click here to read more.