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History and personal meaning...


 History is a continuing dialogue between the present and the past. Interpretations of the past are subject to change in response to new evidence, new questions asked of the evidence, new perspectives gained by the passage of time. 59 more words

The limits of thought...

The limits of thought are not so much set from outside, by the fullness or poverty of experiences that meet the mind, as from within, by the power of conception, the wealth of formulative notions with which the mind meets experiences.  55 more words

IAPT/CBT resources for depression/perfectionism

I recently had a course of IAPT for depression/perfectionism. I thought I’d share the handout I was given with you incase any of you find it helpful. 1,826 more words

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Listening to Hear

Listening is at the core of Mental Health First Aid. Listening is the most important thing any of us can do for another. It is the first thing a baby needs its parents to do. 228 more words

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5 Ways to Fight Depression

As someone who struggles with chronic depression, I have had to develop a number of techniques to fight it. Before I share some of them with you there is one thing that must be said: … 1,059 more words


riselikeair reblogged this on Rise Like Air and commented:

Getting real results takes real work. Being dedicated to practising these 5 strategies can keep the darkness away. Remember to soak in the sunshine.


I love the semicolon project. It represents all of us. Anyone who self harms is encouraged to draw a semicolon on their wrist to let themselves and everyone else know that their story isn’t over yet.

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Suicide is Selfish

That’s sometimes a ridiculous thing to say. But I think it’s true. I get it.

Suicide is a way out. A way to get out from under all the bullshit that life throws at you and gets you away from everyone who hates you. 476 more words

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