When depression takes hold, you are a much better sheep than an independent voice. It’s not so awful an idea that someone should be there to support your physical exercise therapy so that you can begin to recover emotionally and mentally too.
Perhaps it just needs a prescription….?
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“We can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone.”—Ronald Reagan.
A quick scan across the political and social landscape and you might recognise that things aren’t hunky dory. The divide between classes feels ever wider, those that can afford therapy and those that don’t have much of anything; issues that existed in the time of Dickens still exist today. So how do we bridge that divide?
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Bright lights, dark faces, a theatrical stage or an interrogation; which response will this be, paranoia or exhilaration? Tracing my thoughts back to the steep, winding climbs of the Berriedale Braes, the heady heights of the cliffs of Caithness, the storm into the harbour at John O’Groats where even the island of Stroma was hidden in … Continue reading Bright lights, dark faces
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Yesterday my milkman asked me what the 261 number on my running top meant. I didn’t want to make him late for the rest of his deliveries but I really wanted to tell him about it. You see it means lots of different things, is very important to me and… Continue reading 261- Three very important little numbers.
Once a year (I’m pretty sure it is only once) there comes a time when it is acceptable, and even encouraged, to stop and think about how women have made a difference to society since (for some, long perhaps before) their emancipation. “International Women’s Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, … Continue reading Pledge for Parity