this month’s carnival of eating disorders is hosted by laura collins at are you eating with your anorexic? please visit, she has done a fantastic job – she’s turned it into an actual carnival! next month’s will be here again, on october 31 – yes, the hallowe’en issue. if you have an article about any… Continue reading carnival of eating disorders #20
i’d like to follow up on evan’s guest post yesterday, entitled, why professionalism is of the devil. evan blogs at wellbeing and health – this is a topic he’s passionate about. evan says that his problem lies with professionalism, not with professionals. they lie with professional organizations and all that comes with them. i think… Continue reading more on professionalism: insurance, education and organizations
this is a guest post by evan hadkins. his blog is wellbeing and health where he writes about all aspects of health (physical, emotional, mental, spiritual and social) with a bias to psychological health and a focus on practical things to do that can make a real difference. he also has a membership course, living… Continue reading why professionalism (not professionals) is of the devil
almost two weeks ago now, catatonic kid (let’s call her CK) posted another entry in our cross-blog conversation about depression and language. in fighting darkness, recovering words, CK took her words and crafted a beautiful post. it’s a work of art and it, along with her readers’ comments, also raises a number of very interesting… Continue reading escaping the prison of depression, out into a landscape of … ?
in this paid review, let me talk a little about fear of flying. i wrote about it last year, when i told you a about my first flight after having experienced a rather terrifying attack of fear of flying in a flight a few years earlier. there were six elements that helped me overcome that… Continue reading hypnotherapy and fear of flying
for more interesting photographic art like this, please go to emmet loverde’s web site
today is onewebday. from their site: onewebday is an earth day for the internet. the idea behind onewebday is to focus attention on a key internet value (this year, online participation in democracy), focus attention on local internet concerns (connectivity, censorship, individual skills), and create a global constituency that cares about protecting and defending the… Continue reading one web day: democracy and open source
somehow i missed that today is the international day of peace. i’m about to go to bed but want to at least pay some hommage to it; thanks to clark’s picks to remind me! he has a video on his blog of peter, paul and mary singing “there but for fortune“. it’s a song i… Continue reading international day of peace