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Ain’t Right

When I observe my thoughts, I learn a lot.

The other day, I was on the bus and reached for my headphones to plug them in to my phone. 490 more words

Angel Lewis

Ale review: Notting Hill Ruby Rye

Usually, me ordering something conker-coloured is a pretty good indication that summer is over. I hope that’s not the case this time – especially since I’m going camping in a fortnight – but it was certainly the cooler weather of the last week or so that put me back in the mood for ruby ales. 46 more words

Different Therapy Techniques for Patients Suffering From Depression!

In order to treat depression Psychotherapy is the first thing that is suggested. There are various techniques used in this type of therapy to treat a patient. 237 more words

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Notting Hill Trauma Clinic

This summer sees the launching of the Notting Hill Trauma Clinic. After years of research, study, and clinical practice in this area, I have decided to follow my passion and dedicate a weekly time focused on helping people with trauma and post-traumatic stress syndromes. 429 more words


Granger & Co - the Co must stand for Coriander!

Granger & Co is one of our favourite restaurants in London.  I know it’s a big statement, but it reminds us of home.  Bill Granger has done a great job at bringing Sydney’s dining culture to London- easygoing, relaxed, friendly and fresh.   1,120 more words

The northern light: London - Part IV

Dear folks, another week has passed and here’s my last throwback about my trip to northern Europe. Destination #4 was lovely London :)

Reaching London from Berlin Tegel was like giving birth to a child for me, even if I have no idea how this could feel like. 1,010 more words


When celebrities destroy your house and cut through your bedroom door with a carving knife saying, “I miss you.”

January 1999

My mother had been diagnosed with Parkinson’s some years earlier which didn’t stop her pointing her fingers very firmly at me. The shaking had got worse and my mother decided she was going to intervene before she became unable to reprimand me. 4,907 more words

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