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Pro-Life vs. Welfare: Why Politics Makes Hypocrites of Christians

I am going to put this one under the Environment Branch of the Recovery Tree because it has to do with how we view and interact with the world around us. 1,117 more words


Government health: To go!

Today we once again had the good fortune of following the nurses and doctors of Chone out to the homes of those physically or mentally incapable of getting to the hospital without considerable assistance.   562 more words

Why Depression is Important: Understanding the Why and Taking Action

Watch on Youtube: Why Depression is Important…

I have viewed depression differently for some time now. By differently, I mean I don’t see acute depression as a bad thing. 665 more words

Mental Health

Cheating: Why There is Nothing Wrong With Having Multiple Partners

Main Points:
  • The concept of cheating in a relationship is more an issue of willpower than anything else
  • “Your spouse drove you to cheat,” is a childish way to look at your own shortcomings…
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Mental Health

The Role of Creativity When it Comes to Mental and Social Health

(This is a piece that I am writing for Health Out Loud’s blog page.)

For me, health goes beyond the physical. It involves having an emotional and personal balance, which is essential for mental and social health. 221 more words

Everything Else

What working relationally means for me

Most public services require working with people, but relational public services put building relationships front and centre. What’s it like to work in a relational service for the first time?

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Being Fully Connected: Social Health and Hyper-Connection

Just over a quarter of a century ago some big changes happened in culture. The movie ‘When Harry Met Sally’ opened and word of mouth spread like wildfire, due to it’s risque and infamous ‘Orgasm Scene’ in which a young woman simulates having a climax in the middle of a packed deli in New York, prompting a middle aged woman to point at her and order from the waitress: “I’m having what she’s having”. 601 more words

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