Editor’s Letter – December 2021, Festive Edition!

Photo By: Richie Hancox Editor's Letter - December 2021, Festive Edition! Happy holidays everyone! It's been a moment, hasn't it? I hope you are all keeping well and safe during this time. In what has been another challenging year, we have finally reached the end. However, much like last year there is a sense of … Continue reading Editor’s Letter – December 2021, Festive Edition!

The Dishes Can Wait – I Only Need A Spoon!

Photo by Nick Fewings on Unsplash Some people manage to be effortlessly motivated and productive at all times, only taking breaks to increase their productivity. Others, like myself, struggle with maintaining any level of motivation or productivity. If you are like me, you will be familiar with the motivation vacuums that appear from nowhere. Lack of motivation … Continue reading The Dishes Can Wait – I Only Need A Spoon!

Social Media Boycott

Arsenal's Wilian takes a knee prior to their match against Wolverhampton Wanderers in November 2020. Picture by: Holly Allison. This weekend the football world is boycotting social media in a digital protest against the abuse and bullying that is continuously allowed to take place on such platforms and the lack of action taken by social … Continue reading Social Media Boycott

When the personality is not unique

Photo by: Sasha Freemind/Unsplash Dissociative identity disorder is characterized by the alteration of oneself and one's identity and involves the development of two or more different types of envy in a person, whose consciousness presents a discontinuity.  This pathology is chronic and occurs following serious trauma or episodes of strong emotional impact, especially during childhood. … Continue reading When the personality is not unique

My Last Counselling Session

Photo by: Matt Flores/Unsplash Here we go. My last session. Six months of sitting in a waiting room every Monday evening staring at the same plastic plant just like the rest of the waiting room troops. Eye contact is strictly forbidden! Six months of sessions attending as a crunched up slinky and leaving every session … Continue reading My Last Counselling Session