1. Enric,

    “Although the so-called mental disorders undoubtedly
    have a biological correlate, their nature goes beyond the
    body involving social, cultural and psychological
    dimensions. More often than not our suffering is the
    result of how we organize our affairs on a collective
    level: the circumstances in which we are born, grow up,
    live, work and age.”

    The “biological correlate” is nothing more than legacy in oppression, and the anxieties or fears are passed down, EVEN if circumstances have changed.
    For instance, why is there so much pain and alcoholism in indigenous people? Where is the bio bio for that?
    Why does it continue for generations?

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