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Forensic Psychology and Mindfulness

This post: circa 2,200 words, estimated reading time: 11 minutes. (Full content, inc. references, 4,000 words, 20 minutes. Forensic Psychology and Mindfulness Mindfulness Case presentation for Sophie   (Note. This was for a Y3 university assessment. Sophie is a representation, not a real person.)   Sophie is a young, unmarried...

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The most dangerous word in the world

I was scrolling through Facebook, like you do, and ran into Clive. Don’t be like Clive. The post in question, entitled ‘Why This Word Is So Dangerous to Say or Hear‘, was by Psychology Today and detailed research – using an fMRI – on the cognitive effect of negativity. It...

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Old people are xenophobes! What did you ever do for us?

What did old people ever do for us? There’s a really, really annoying article in The Mail today: ‘I’m grieving for our loss of cultural enrichment’: Students claim they will fail their exams because they are so DEPRESSED about Brexit. It tells how: Some blamed older people for voting the...

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Rags to Riches – How to earn millions in World of Warcraft

We all know seem to know of someone in Warcraft that appears to have endless bags of gold, that purchases the most expensive vendor mounts as soon as they appear, that casually pays 954,000g on BMAH for mounts (because it’s easier than farming for week after week on a score...

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The trials of keeping a web site up

This is something for you to think about when you see a web site offered for free or something ridiculous like £1.99 a year including e-commerce. Stuff economies of scale, costs have to be covered. You can do sites for free (or at least at cost), I certainly do for...

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Shoot the damn dog – a memoir of depression

Shoot the damn dog : a memoir of depression ~ by Sally Brampton If you have long-term depression yourself, or know someone close suffering from it, this is recommended reading. There are many different types of depression and it can take people in different ways, but whatever form it takes...

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Defeat Depression – 52 brilliant ideas for healing a troubled mind

Defeat depression: 52 brilliant ideas for healing a troubled mind ~ by Dr Sabina Dosani This is a subjective review by a chronically depressed bloke that’s close to had enough. I read this yesterday but felt at the time I got little from it, though it was an easy read...

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Coping with Depression. Guide to what works – a subjective review

Coping with Depression. A guide to what works for patients carers and professionals This is a subjective review of the above book, by Dr Costas Papageorgiou, Dr Hannah Goring and Dr Justin Haslam After a brief introduction the book starts with a chapter by an unnamed patient of theirs whose...

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