My thoughts; the polarities of covid-19 (April 18th 2020)

My thoughts; the polarities of covid-19 April 18th 2020 Life is unbelievably surreal at the moment. The whole world has been engulfed by this pandemic; coronavirus; covid-19. I’m hearing heart wrenching stories that are difficult to grasp and comprehend. Deaths; people are dying all around us, hundreds of people in […]

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Mental Health

Generalised anxiety disorder, relationship issues, depression, feeling sad, panic disorder, family issues, affairs/betrayals, separation/divorce, bipolar disorder/manic depression, seasonal affective disorder, addiction, abuse, personality disorders, low self-esteem, bereavement, anger management, etc … These are just a few mental health issues. Here are a few words that some people may use instead […]


Self-harm Awareness day March 1st What is self harm? It’s inflicting injury or harm to oneself. It can include cutting, burning, drugs, alcohol, eating disorders, risky sex, dangerous driving etc. People that are unable to express themselves generally retroflect (hold in) their emotions. Frustration and anger can then almost outgrow […]

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‘HOLDING ONTO ANGER IS LIKE DRINKING POISON AND EXPECTING THE OTHER PERSON TO DIE.’ (Buddha)  ANGER!!!! – What COLOUR is your anger? What do you do with your anger? Do you hold your anger inside? Can you let it out? If you do how long does it take before you let it out? […]

It Helps To Talk

‘Vague Memories Hang Around the Mind like Cobwebs.’ (George Eliot) Do you feel tangled and trapped? Does your past hinder and clutter your present? Do you wish you could unload the stuff that’s spinning around in your head but don’t know where to begin? Are you someone who is regularly […]

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