Category Archives: Living with mental health

The Lonely Road

It seems so hopeless and you need hope, as without hope there is only darkness. A darkness that tightens my chest so much that a mere breath causes more pain, more hurt. The loss won’t leave me, why won’t it … Continue reading

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Something old, something new

The third Monday of the year (tomorrow) is supposedly the most depressing day of the year – Blue Monday! Nobody has any money and your resolutions lay in the gutter, along with your dreams and hopes for the year. What … Continue reading

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When do we have time to reflect?

As life flies past at an alarming rate it’s easy to just let it take you; especially when it’s good.  Yet when do we reflect?  Not on what could have been; there’s little point in that, it only serves to … Continue reading

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Run rabbit run

A new month is upon us and almost two thirds of the year is gone – a scary thought. Are you going to end this year along with your 7000 Facebook friends and 10 million twitter followers with the stock … Continue reading

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Monday morning will be fine!

This blog is inspired by a memory of me elbowing a guy in the face! It was after an amazing day snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef, when I took a two month sabbatical early last year.  I met an … Continue reading

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Allow randomness

I appear to have dropped the initial momentum with this blog.  I’m blaming this on a cliche that when things are going well the writing no longer has it’s therapeutic qualities so you write less – the best material from … Continue reading

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Simplicity can be challenging

If only everything in life was simple, although that would be rather boring… When you’re trying to keep focussed on what’s important, it becomes commonplace to be distracted by irrelevance.  Take work for example.  At different points in your life, … Continue reading

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