When I got off the plane on Tuesday morning at Terminal 5, ready for my connection flight to Edinburgh… well everyone now knows what the overhead TVs were showing, and like everyone, I am so sorry for those who have suffered in so many different ways in Manchester. I am also moved by the families … More Prevention, 3,2,1
Well this is my last day on Block Island for a while – I head out tomorrow, first for Edinburgh and then even further as I hope to see the family in New Zealand in July. It has been an incredibly busy month here, first the NAMI BI Mental Health Month Conference, then I got … More Summer coming, me going
Silly Question! I should know better, there is no one problem, no THE problem, no final or magic solution. Ecological. Complex. Human. Life on Earth. Some problems do seem to be more fundamental in their effects on the others, different levels in the whole. In a way, any start is a choice. I first posted … More What is the Root Problem?
It is a long time since I have had so much to do. What a month, and it isn’t over yet. This morning I prepared a poster display ready for the NAMI BI Opioid Conference, first event this Saturday, then the rest the following weekend. As well as being on the sub-committee, I look after … More What Can Block Island DO?
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Last week I went to the second of 3 interdisciplinary workshops on Shame and Medicine. The first workshop was on patients’ shame, and this was on shame and healthcare professionals. In particular, it helped me think about some of the things that are making life so difficult for health…