Measure What Makes Life Worthwhile!

Just finished interviewing TEDster Chip Conley – awesome human being !

Not sure if you have seen his talk? Definitely worth the 17 minutes…

Attitudes to mental ill-health 2011: Stigma and discrimination

This month the NHS published findings from a survey of attitudes towards mental illness among adults in England. Although the report suggests that some attitudes towards mental health have improved, there is still evidence that prejudice continues to be prevalent.

Read the report (PDF file 168KB)

Alarmingly, one in six people believe that one of the main causes of mental illness is lack of self-discipline and will-power. Our work aimed at educating the public and raising the awareness of mental health is as vital as ever.

Read Chief Executive Dr Andrew McCulloch’s response

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Measure What Makes Life Worthwhile!

Just finished interviewing TEDster Chip Conley – awesome human being ! Not sure if you have seen his talk? Definitely worth the 17 [more]

Attitudes to mental ill-health 2011: Stigma and discrimination

This month the NHS published findings from a survey of attitudes towards mental illness among adults in England. Although the report suggests [more]

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Lizard on a Skateboard

Jarvis found a lizard and he hopped on his Z-Flex 🙂 [more]

The world is indeed beautiful

'After all the world is indeed beautiful, and if we were any other creature than man, we might be continuously happy in it ...' [more]

Major and a Minor Key

Life is both a Major and a Minor key is such an eloquent, insightful and punchy lyric. It also reminded me of a story that Dave Stringer told, [more]

The Heart Sees

It is only with the heart that we can see clearly. For what is essential, is hidden from the eyes. - The Little Prince [more]

Measure What Makes Life Worthwhile!

Just finished interviewing TEDster Chip Conley – awesome human being ! Not sure if you have seen his talk? Definitely worth the 17 [more]

Attitudes to mental ill-health 2011: Stigma and discrimination

This month the NHS published findings from a survey of attitudes towards mental illness among adults in England. Although the report suggests [more]

Pathways for Anxiety

Awesome stuff! I saw, the founder of the Pathways program, Paula Barrett, speak last Friday at the Generation Next Conference. Some very [more]

JFK on Exercise

The Greeks understood that mind and body must develop in harmonious proportions to produce a creative intelligence. And so did the [more]

Chronic Anxiety - Kava effective and safe

I recently saw an article on Kava, authored by Dr Jerome Sarris, about Kava 'being an effective and safe treatment option for people with [more]




The Greeks understood that mind and body must develop in harmonious proportions to produce a creative intelligence. And so did the most brilliant intelligence of our earliest days – Thomas Jefferson – when he said, not less than two hours a day should be devoted to exercise. If the man who wrote the Declaration of Independence, was Secretary of State, and twice President, could give it two hours, our children can give it ten or fifteen minutes.
John F Kennedy

Hang On

Each one of us on this earth has it. The ablility to lead …… and inspire. Sometimes our work feels small & insignificant. But remember, a small ripple can gain momentum…and build a current that is insurmountable.
Begin with one small step. Don’t let others stand in your way. Walk your own path,
Some may laugh, So what. Many will follow. Don’t ever give up.
Success …………. Seems to be largely a matter of HANGING ON after others let go – William Feather

a wizard’s power to melt stone to sunlight…

‘We wait all these years to find someone who understands us, I thought, someone who accepts us as we are, someone with a wizard’s power to melt stone to sunlight, who can bring us happiness in spite of trials, who can face our dragons in the night, who can transform us into the soul we choose to be. Just yesterday I found that magical Someone is the face we see in the mirror: It’s us and our homemade masks.’

Richard Bach

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