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Monthly Archives: September 2016
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Anyone over a certain age has likely had the kind of experience of a family member having died and being laid out in the poshest room of the house for a couple of days. These days that’s not how we … Continue reading
I think a lot of us are wriggling.
That’s seen as a kind of illness without the vision of the hooks that we’re bound by.
So it seems that our behaviour is very crazy, when in context it isn’t.
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What in the west we call “medicine” is not the only medicine: there are many ways of practising medicine, some of which are more common and have been around for far longer than western “civilisation”. Indeed if you take a … Continue reading
There’s a fire burning up in here See the smoke coming out of my ears “Come Into My Head” It’s no use We’re gonna have to fight You’ve thrown your words ‘Round a thousand times Like a child who can’t … Continue reading
Teens often find themselves falling outside of mental health services when they turn 18, so individuals and families with loved ones who struggle are left to fend for themselves and navigate labyrinthine systems that often alienate mor ethan they elcome … Continue reading
The entire world we apprehend through our senses is no more than a tiny fragment in the vastness of Nature. -Max Planck We tend to think that what humans see, hear, feel is all that there is. Yet it is … Continue reading