Jessica DaMassa

SMACK.Health–Getting Clear on the Concept

I’m going to be announcing some big changes on THCB and with my overall services in the next little bit. So to prepare for this, here’s a rather good explanation I did last year in Australia of what I mean by — randomly the interviewer was Jessica DaMassa with whom I now do #Healthin2pt00 — Matthew Holt

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Beginning with a broad understanding of SOCIAL CAPITAL, herein is one person’s definition: .”The attributes of TRUST, COOPERATION and RECIPROCITY .that a community steadily transforms into its Social Discourse and .its citizens more commonly express to resolve the Social Dilemmas .they encounter during participation in their community’s Civil Life .WHEN enduring Caring Relationships become more prevalent .between and within the networks of the community’s citizens, especially .by the generational Caring Relationships originating community-wide .from within the Neighborhood Network of each citizen’s Family.” So defined, one implication is that a community’s investment in Social Capital is measurable over intervals measured by… Read more »


In the midst of deafening silence, here is an advanced definition of HEALTH. – – HEALTH may be defined as “a person’s daily expression of life-long survival that is . ENDOWED by the person’s individually unique Clusters of Human Capabilities and their transformation during maternal gestation to become sufficient for variably stable survival after birth as a Dependent person with an innate temperament and its baseline homeostasis; . NURTURED BY the Caring Relationships originating ….before birth from among the Dependent person’s Family with a commitment to assist the person explore the broadest portrayal of their reflective-cognition Cluster of Human Capabilities… Read more »