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"All is obviously now not good with kid's overall healthiness within the Anglo-Saxon West, as witnessed through a gentle move of analysis reviews that position kid's healthiness within the united kingdom and the us very close to, if no longer at, the ground of overseas tables. This mounting cultural and political predicament for kid's wellbeing and fitness has been buttressed via high-profile media curiosity within the "toxic early life" topic popularized by means of author  Read more...

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Williams, R. (2000). Lost Icons: Reflections on Cultural Bereavement. London: T & T Clark/Continuum. W. (1971). Playing and Reality. Harmondsworth: Penguin. indb 18 10/21/09 4:56:15 PM CHAPTER TWO Childhood, well-being and a therapeutic ethos: A case for therapeutic education Del Loewenthal I t is argued in this chapter that we first need to consider what it might mean for our society to have an appropriate therapeutic ethos, and how we might achieve this. Only then can we consider what we might take to be meant by the term ‘well-being’, and how we can provide an enabling, dynamic environment both for our children and, through our children, for ourselves, which in turn potentially enables us to make a better world.

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