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Monthly Archives: January 2016
Discrimination doesn’t dissolve in a few tweets. We can make a start when we find courage to call it what it is.
“Modern psychology has a word that is probably used more than any other word in modern psychology. It is the word “maladjusted. This word is the ringing cry to modern child psychology. Certainly, we all want to avoid the maladjusted … Continue reading
Whatever reservations, doubts or criticisms you may have of WRAP – Wellness Recovery Action Plan – [if you do, because some undoubtedly do, me too] then you’ve likely seen enough examples of it done less than really well. The same … Continue reading
If you have come here to help me, you are wasting your time. If you have come here because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together. Continue reading
There’s a starman waiting in the sky Look out your window I can see his light a ight Let the children use it Let all the children boogie David Bowie Goodbye love Didn’t know what time it was the lights … Continue reading
Why does it always rain on me? Is it because I lied when I was seventeen? I can’t sleep tonight Everybody’s saying everything is alright Still I can’t close my eyes I’m seeing a tunnel … Continue reading
Makin’ up a mess of fun, Makin’ up a mess of fun Lots of fun for everyone Tra la la, la la la la Tra la la, la la la la Tra la la, la la la la Tra la … Continue reading
Opportunity to gain deeper understanding of hearing voices ; powerful insights you can integrate into your worldview, and practical ways of working in the safe spaces you create with people who hear voices.
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