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Self Worth


I have had several conversations recently about ‘worth’. With fellow therapists, often the conversation is around charges reflecting worth. With clients, sadly the conversations all too often are about beliefs that they have no worth. Humans love to be able to measure ...
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Getting back on the bike

This weekend I got back on my bicycle and went for a ride in the sunshine. In the grand scheme of things, to most of us, this isn’t a big deal. It’s just a cycle ride for fun. Except it’s the first ...
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Creative Minds

During April I developed what I now know to have been a neurological condition called Bell’s Palsy. One Saturday I woke up with a strange sensation on my tongue. I thought very little of it and carried on with my day. By ...
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Love and understanding

To do or not to do, that is the question!

In our house this month we have a few decisions to make. Which car do we buy? Who will be our mobile network provider? And the most exciting of all – where and when do we get married? I absolutely acknowledge that ...
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Wild Reindeer

The Wonder of Nature

We have just arrived home from a few days in the highlands of Scotland. While we were there, we went up on the mountains to see the Cairngorm Reindeer herd with two of the herders. My goodness what beautiful creatures those reindeer ...
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Beau the Dog

It’s all in the AND

Two weeks ago, Beau, one of our dogs, was unwell so I took her to the vets. What we discovered that day, to our shock, was that she had a life-threatening condition which needed urgent and potentially very risky surgery. The surgery ...
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What is Love?

What is Love?

As February is the month that some faiths celebrate St Valentine, the patron saint of love, I have been thinking about love – what it is, what it means to each of us, and how we experience it. Each one of us ...
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A lesson in love from a boy called Brewster

November arrived with our household feeling very sad this year. On 31st October we lost our beloved Brewster, our little border terrier who lived to the incredible age of 19 years and 7 months. Many of you know that dogs are central ...
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