Re: cohousing-L = Problem solving
From: David Thomasson (dthomassccs.carleton.ca)
Date: Fri, 26 Aug 94 13:49 CDT
> 
> I was just talking to Monika Stumpf about the article in the Denver Post -
> based on Internet interviews and, presumably, reading this discussion (the
> reporter asked for interviews here - I forget his name).  I haven't seen it -
> haven't gotten around to requesting a copy from debbie, and Monika's copy sent
> to me got lost.  But she says it focusses a lot on problems
> 
> Which brings me to my point - this is a very serious discussion for many of us
> - and sharing of ways to solve problems. Of which there are many in this
> complex process.  But it does give a very biased view of cohousing - we don't
> spend a lot of time repeating the joys, the benefits, the reasons why we do
> this.  So for a newcomer, or a reporter, it is very unbalanced.  Does anyone
> but me think it would be useful to put some such disclaimer in the stuff that
> goes to new subscribers?  And/or post it frequently  (now that we are on
> Gopher?)
> 
> Judy Baxter, Monterey Cohousing Community, (MoCoCo)
> Twin Cities Area, Minneapolis/St.Paul Minnesota
> e-mail:       baxter [at] epivax.epi.umn.edu
> 

Yes it would be nice to read some happy stuff for a while, all the
other stuff is rather, well, depressing.
Dave.
dthomass [at] ccs.carleton.ca


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