Monthly Archives: April 2016

Certainty

I am reasonably confident that its all about certainty. We like certainty. It gives us hope and a reason for doing what we do. Its the loss of certainty about our life that traumatises us who have looked into the … Continue reading

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Have you ever been to a synagogue?

Our ability to cope with any given situation must be connected to the range of experiences we have been exposed to in life. Older people seem to be able to cope with crisis so well. Things just don’t seem to … Continue reading

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How you can change the whole world

Here’s a very interesting concept. See if you can cope with this one. Driving home from work this evening it came to me that we all see the world very differently depending on who we are, what we know and … Continue reading

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Soundtrack to my own Recovery

I have taken to listening more and more to only calming music, natural noises and silence. I don’t want to risk hearing any negative messages or anything that may unnecessarily arouse a negative or angry mood. I just don’t want … Continue reading

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Holding on, letting go …

So, I don’t think this post is going to go where I initially intended to go. I had intended to write about people who hold onto anger and resentment. People who don’t realise that they do it and the harm … Continue reading

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