Category Archives: Living with mental health

Never forget yourself

In the midst of chaos, or life as it is more commonly known, your priorities change constantly – or do they?  When everything appeared to fall apart, that was my problem.  I kept believing that I had no sense of … Continue reading

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Routinely necessary

What exactly is the routine?  Is it what we try to do, or is merely what we have to do – i.e. work!  Why do we work?  I work for two reasons – I have an extremely low boredom threshold … Continue reading

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Want or need?

There are a plethora of books on the theory of wants versus needs; ranging from hard business negotiation titles to the self-help books that proclaim to find your inner goddess within 72 hours! When dealing with something traumatic, it becomes … Continue reading

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Regaining the balance

Everyone has a breaking point – you never see it coming!  Very often, those around you can see it, yet we ignore the warnings until it’s too late and we’ve crashed head first into it. Life in general is a … Continue reading

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