Tag: Mental Health

It’s Time for a BIG Change — Please Read

Woman holding drink

Friends of the blog, I would firstly like to thank you for the interest you have taken and continue to take in my blogging activities. I appreciate your support very much. I’m writing this post to describe a big change that I hope will… Continue Reading “It’s Time for a BIG Change — Please Read”

Are You Thinking What I’m Thinking?

man and woman in conversation

It’s interesting to picture two people chatting with one another, and imagine one person experiencing the conversation one way, and the other person experiencing the same conversation a completely different way. Have you ever stopped to think how your understanding of every conversation you’ve… Continue Reading “Are You Thinking What I’m Thinking?”

The Nature of Forms: Where Plato Went Wrong

I’ve been thinking about the way our thoughts and feelings relate to the external world, and considering the nature of our reactions to external things and how those reactions occur independently of the nature of the objects we perceive. Allow me to elaborate a… Continue Reading “The Nature of Forms: Where Plato Went Wrong”

‘The Courage to be Disliked’ by Kishimi and Koga (book review)

A black and white photo of Alfred Adler

My mental health journey, which has involved several spells in psychiatric hospital and a diagnosis of schizoaffective disorder, has left me very interested in the field of psychology. I have tried many different approaches to counselling, including group and individual cognitive behavioural therapy, psychodynamic… Continue Reading “‘The Courage to be Disliked’ by Kishimi and Koga (book review)”

Ice Cream Dilemma Poll Results

A hand holding a cone with raspberry ice cream

Hi everyone! You may remember that last Wednesday I ran a poll asking readers to vote in relation to a fabricated scenario involving ice cream. In case you missed it, this was the scenario: It’s been a hard day at work and I’m feeling… Continue Reading “Ice Cream Dilemma Poll Results”