The Wise Woman: Elizabeth I

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Visible

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One of the worst feelings.

The World According to … Cats

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Tarot Tuesday: Page of Cups and The Fool

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New starts are heralded and it may require something of a leap of faith – things could go wrong; as with anything new, it won’t all be plain sailing. It could be that… Continue reading

Heels and Lipstick

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Do Not Trifle With Me

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The Peace That Is Found In Silence

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Positivity

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PTSD: Helping Yourself

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Beware!

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Blessings All Around You

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PTSD: Causes

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The Friday Funny: Behave!

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Forest of Knives: World Mental Health Day

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Here’s what depression is to me. It is a the loneliest place imaginable, one long shoreline of never-ending black water lapping at a beach of anaemic sand. Emptiness. Cold. So very cold that… Continue reading

Malala Yousafzai Wins 2014 Nobel Peace Prize

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Congratulations, Malala.

PTSD: Other Problems

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Being Silly – It’s Medicinal

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Cake!

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Works for me, too!

PTSD: Avoiding Feelings

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The World According to … Salmon

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Watch Your Mouth

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PTSD: On Edge

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The Eye of the Beholder

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Tarot Tuesday: 4 of Wands and Ace of Cups

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This week, there’s a bit of a rest, and a chance to reflect on the recent past before moving onwards with renewed vigour. Take this time to be grateful for what you have… Continue reading

Forgiveness Is An Open Window

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Happy Birthday to the incomparable Archbishop Desmond Tutu, 83 years young today. May his light shine on for many years to come.

PTSD: Reliving Aspects

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Review: The Darkest Road (Fionavar Tapestry #3), by Guy Gavriel Kay

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New Day, New Week: Rock It

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He’s Not Scary, He’s a Little Boy by AliceAnn Meyer

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Originally posted on Kindness Blog:
He’s Not Scary, He’s a Little Boy by AliceAnn Meyer We’ve had some encounters recently that have inspired me to write this post. This is something I hope…

Campaign: PTSD

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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is one of the things that matters to both of us. We support our troops and obviously this disorder is a major issue for service men and women who… Continue reading

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