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Descant Duality (Or The Madness of Two)

March 13, 2016 7:16 pm0 comments
Descant Duality (Or The Madness of Two)

From cinder and spark comes a rising spirit, as sagacity soars on the breath of the wind. Organic, tangible, alive with the smell of nurturing seedtime. A faithful follower of your bold distinction; an unbearable calling of purpose bestowed me. Descant duality plays over my doubts, as the morning song […]

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Children’s Mental Health Harmed By Lack of Play

November 29, 2013 3:48 pm0 comments
Children’s Mental Health Harmed By Lack of Play

Studies show that there’s a clear link between outdoor games and body confidence. According to Dr Papadopoulos, one-quarter of seven year-old girls have tried to lose weight and one-third of eight to twelve year-old boys are dieting. Physical activity has been shown to boost emotional fortitude and self-esteem. But 28% […]

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Practical cognitive therapy advice – an A-Z

November 3, 2012 2:00 pmComments Off on Practical cognitive therapy advice – an A-Z
Practical cognitive therapy advice – an A-Z

Individuals struggling with mental conditions are typically recommended to undergo psychotherapy. Recognizing the possible solutions that can help you is necessary before opting for what course to take. There are several reading materials similar to this article that will provide you with the important information about psychotherapy. Having a mental […]

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CoolTan Arts Largactyl Shuffle: Summer Solstice Midnight Walk.

July 8, 2012 5:45 pm0 comments
CoolTan Arts Largactyl Shuffle: Summer Solstice Midnight Walk.

On Saturday 23rd June 2012, I attended a walk organised by the South London based charity CoolTan Arts, an art organisation for people experiencing mental health distress. Their aim is to help people channel mental health distress through positive artistic projects. They hold a monthly fund-raising walk (called the ‘Largactyl Shuffle’) but the midnight walk […]

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The Quarter-Life Crisis: The Realities of Twenty-Something Life Today

June 9, 2012 9:34 pm0 comments
The Quarter-Life Crisis: The Realities of Twenty-Something Life Today

Depression, anxiety and feelings of isolation and worthlessness all too often lurk beneath the shiny veneer of the myth of twenty-something life. Typically seen as a chain mail of career success and blossoming relationships, knitted together by glamorous social events, lazy brunches and exotic mini-breaks, the realities of life during […]

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