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Hey I know it's a bit early for new years resolutions but I'm feeling inspired so thought I would make the most of it! Its been too long since I wrote on here. As some of you who follow my other media accounts know I've been far more focused my physical health recently, so I'm … Continue reading Physical and mental health; and my new years plans!
A bucket list for the soul – what would fill this imaginary vessel?
When depressed it is so hard to think about the future, to consider what might come to pass.
Considering the soul makes it somewhat easier. My soul is part of me and yet an inner, more elusive part of me, less changed by worldly cares . This part of me can still have dreams.
The outer more human me- controlled by mind and thoughts- can see no hope, no future. For this me, there is no reason to plan or dream, for tomorrow seems so far away, as distant as the heavens. Planning seems so overwhelming even pointless.
My soul however, that is different. My soul continues unending. My soul does not feel contained by darkness and death. My soul can be filled with hope and by doing so dare to dream of a future.
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Someone suggested I should try to complete this blog template and see how I get on. It is so easy to focus on the negatives in our lives, even when we are trying to be positive so I thought it sounded like a good challenge....So here goes..... 1. What is the one thing getting you … Continue reading Self -Love
Self care seems to be everywhere this week, from tweets to advertising coming into my inbox. Everyone everywhere appears to think we need to do more of it. However many of us don't. Perhaps it's because we live in a society where self care equates being selfish - we are encouraged to put evrryone else's … Continue reading Self care and self esteem
So today I finally managed to find someone who would work with me. I'm still on the NHS wait list for CMHT but having been there for months with no contact so I decided I needed to find help elsewhere. My assessment was last week. Now I've done many assessments over the last 18mths and … Continue reading What it’s like to start counselling
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A bucket list for the soul - what would fill this imaginary vessel? When depressed it is so hard to think about the future, to consider what might come to pass. Considering the soul makes it somewhat easier. My soul is part of me and yet an inner, more elusive part of me, less changed … Continue reading Bucket list for the soul
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I find myself having to once again justify why I am fit to work. I am keeping up with my workload, get positive feedback and get on with the other staff. So why do I have to keep jumping through these hoops? If I had a physical health condition I don't think this would happen, … Continue reading Depression and work