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The anger cinquain

A cinquain is poem that do not rhyme. Anger looks abrupt like a Cinquain but is still  a poem (emotion). Anger is difficult to define even for experts ‘‘Its an internal, mental, subjective feeling–state with associated cognitions and physiological arousal patterns.’’* Rarely do people take support for anger and seldom stay in treatment.  93 more words

CBT

Crochet Mood Blanket

I have been thinking further on this since I first mentioned it, I am definitely going to do this, I have decided to use Chunky yarn to make it go quicker, as then I am less likely to skip a day. 353 more words

Crochet

CBT (part two)

Oh boy, was I wrong about yesterday. What a hard night that was.

“E” didn’t show up at 3:00. I was anticipating his arrival, so I was a little confused, a little relieved. 531 more words

Mental health experts criticise government austerity agenda (#UK #Politics #mentalhealth #bedroomtax)

Over 400 psychotherapists, counsellors, and other mental health professionals have described government proposals contained in the budget as “profoundly disturbing” and creating an “intimidatory disciplinary regime”. 874 more words

Government & Politics

Mental health experts criticise government austerity agenda (#UK #Politics #mentalhealth #bedroomtax)

Over 400 psychotherapists, counsellors, and other mental health professionals have described government proposals contained in the budget as “profoundly disturbing” and creating an “intimidatory disciplinary regime”. 874 more words

Government & Politics

Kootenay Centre for Applied Creativity Update

ALPINE NIRVANA… Imagine a stunningly beautiful, 100 km+ stretch of fjord-like lake, soaring peaks, majestic forests, raging rivers, and bountiful wildlife. At one end anchored by Canada’s small town cultural capital. 1,856 more words

Kaslo

CBT (part one)

I feel good today. More than 24 hours under my belt. Baby steps. But I’m a realist and although day two today is going to be a busy day with good distractions, day three (tomorrow) is a Friday. 231 more words