Tag Archive | Mental Health Writers’ Guild

Isolation and ‘My Internal Bloopers Reel’

I thought, this morning, that I would write a piece about ‘isolation’ and ‘internal dialogues’.  But as I sat contemplating what I would write, the thought occurred to me that sometime those ‘dialogues’ aren’t really ‘dialogues’ at all.  Sometimes, well for me at least, they are more ‘monologues’ than ‘dialogues’. And sometimes they seem to […]

Member’s Profile – lilypupslife

In the spirit of sharing information about our members and the resources or writings that they offer we often run our Member’s Profile Feature. Today I am sharing the profile of one of our newest members and I hope that you will make them feel welcome and go over and visit their blog/site. Please remember […]

NCCAM and Tweeting For Improved Mental Health!

Hi All, I received an email from the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) earlier today. As far as I know/can make out (apologies for my ignorance but I live in Ireland) NCCAM is part of America’s National Institutes of Health (NIH) Here is the main content of that letter, which I am […]

Just a bit of fun

Here’s a little bit of fun which also demonstrates the power of the human mind. Try to read the following picture 🙂

Member’s Profile – Candida Abrahamson’s Blog

Continuing on in our Member’s Profile Feature I am delighted to be able to introduce Candida Abrahamson’s Blog to you. This and permission to publish it was received via Candida’s daughter Rhona Finkel who is also very involved in the field of Mental Health.  Our appreciation goes out to both Rhona and Candida for allowing […]

55 and Amazing!

LOL No I am certainly not referring to myself when I use the title ’55 and Amazing!’ Firstly I am not 55 (despite appearances) and secondly I would never consider or refer to myself as ‘amazing’. I would however consider and refer to you as being amazing for that is what you each are in […]

May is Mental Health Month in the USA

The following comment was received from Candida Abrahamson and I thought I would feature it here so that it did not get missed. Many thanks to Candida for reminding us…. Just reminding everyone that May is Mental Health Awareness Month, with two main areas of focus: 1. “Do More for 1 in 4″: A call […]