Monthly Archives: February 2016

SAD, sadness and depression

Just read the attached PsyPost  article questioning whether Seasonal Affective Disorder actually exists. Once again, it made me wonder whether the whole notion of a ‘mental illness’ as a distinct, categorisable, phenomenolgical entity has any real value. I am not … Continue reading

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Stress and Lobsters

This post, shared by my friend and mentor, Gloria Hammett of the Romney Centre in Southampton, is so brilliant I just have to share it.

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Multipotentialites

I love this TED talk by Emilie Wapnick. If only I had been in the same class as her at school. Better still, what if some of my teachers or employers over the last 45 years had subscribed to this? … Continue reading

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