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Category Archives: Positive Psychology
‘All this talk of getting old It’s getting me down my love Like a cat in a bag, waiting to drown This time I’m comin’ down’ The Drugs Don’t Work – The Verve My brother Peter has Alzheimer’s, a … Continue reading
The hi-pitched scream brought Linda running. The unfamiliar bedroom and pitch blackness were both confusing. Somewhere in the dark, I could hear her shouting: “Are you ok? Are you OK?” Lying on the floor at the side of the bed, … Continue reading
On a recent expedition to a shopping centre in Boston, I met a guy selling power-brackets. To be brutally honest, I was fascinated by his high level of confidence which was in inverse relationship to his physical presence (a Shane McGowan … Continue reading
As the plane flew in low, the scenery was reminiscent of the West of Ireland. Stone walls divided the fields into a patchwork of small lots, with cottages dotted across the hilly landscape. In the cold sunshine, Aberdeen looked beautiful. … Continue reading
Some blogs are light and fluffy. Some are a bit more serious. Buckle in … Majorca Trip: Some years ago, I was on holidays and met a woman who was staying in the same hotel. She was interesting (smart and … Continue reading
For many years it was seen as ‘fair game’ to joke about mental health. I’ve been as guilty as everyone else, perhaps more so. I loved telling the story of walking past the old Grangegorman Mental Hospital (now the campus … Continue reading