Tag: Depression

Nostalgianauts

I guess the genesis of this blog has been a series of events that has caused me to reflect frequently over the last few months. I’m currently living in a time of my life, where all the heroes I grew up listening to or watching on the screen both...

‘‘Twas the night before Christmas…

It’s Christmas time, there’s no need to be afraid… The resounding start to one of the most memorable songs ever recorded. At the time it was an anthem to highlight the devastation in Africa, today it is a timely reminder of when we came together as a united country...

Given the right conditions

There’s always an element of patience when angling. Quite a lot of not very much happening. As someone with ADHD, not very much happening is a difficult thing, at times I think I need to move about, be active. I’m learning to try and be still, to wait, and...

A Gentle Awakening- 5 BEGINNING

Now we have arrived full circle.  From the start where we began, to here, where we now begin, anew!  And this is the process of change.  We start at a point and come home to ourselves.  Ready to begin a new chapter in our life with new tools and...

A Gentle Awakening – 2 Open

When we open our hearts and our souls to our very selves, we can try to learn who we are as people and as human beings. Being ourselves in all our shapes, sizes, ages, genders and orientations.  Acknowledging and celebrating our differences.  To know that it’s okay to be...

It’s a wonderful life, by Frank Capra (the person centred perspective)

INTRODUCTION Frank Capra’s timeless movie “It’s A Wonderful Life” is a story which I believe can be regarded as a therapeutic tool that offers the viewer to visually understand self realisation. The whole premise is summed up at the end of the film by a sentence scrawled in a...