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Post Covid19 Complacency?

Isolation, sanitiser and virtual companionship have become the ‘norm’ now. People seem to have gradually complied with all these restrictions and over time adjusted their daily lives. The subsequent ‘flattening of the curve’ and the associated anxieties about the...

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“What will things look like for you?” 

"What will things look like for you?"  When preparing for our emergence from weeks of isolation this is probably a good question to ponder. I'm sure there are things we have learnt, things we are dying to resume and certain things we can do differently. Just as we...

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Letting Go to ‘Be’

Letting go', 'leaving things in the past', 'surrendering' - all terms or sayings that imply that in order to effectively move forward, we need to completely shed or be rid of previous issues or habits. Common sense, huh? But not easy in practice is it? When I...

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Waiting…

"Our test shows you DO NOT have Coronavirus" I had been asymptomatic, but as close family members presented with some Covid19 symptoms, I undertook the test to be extra cautious. The test wasn't  nice, guess no procedure is, but no way near as bad as the other...

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A Choice – Wrist Pain or Nerve Pain?

Today unable to weight bear easily on my walking frame with my sore left wrist, I was still keen to move to manage my other nerve pain. But after a few lengths of my local park’s cricket pitch I realised that by not swinging my sore arm, my balance, nerve pain and...

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Happiness & Smiling

Smiling was the last thing I felt like doing today. I wasn’t seeing anyone so my grumpiness couldn’t be spread. Besides, since forgoing my regular Botox jabs to correct my facial palsy, smiling was increasingly difficult. But I decided to stretch in the sun  & did...

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Setbacks & Opportunities

A setback throws us, right? It’s unexpected and totally catches us off guard. Understandably we become so frustrated, negative and often begin to conjure up all the likely obstacles that may result. Even harder to deal with when we seem to have just adapted too or...

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Choice and Empowerment  in COVID19

Choice leads to empowerment, right? Let me explain… if you’re given a choice between strawberry and chocolate ice-cream, you are able to pick the flavour that meets your cravings at the time. And eating the ice-cream of you own preference is so much more satisfying...

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What the Mind Believes the Body Perceives

After a few weeks in isolation, adapting my regular rehab regime into my day, I’ve hit a wall! In fact, learning that we are likely to be in isolation for 6 months, I certainly feel that sustaining this is going to be tough. My rehab facility has offered me TeleHealth...

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Let your mindset serve you!

Our perception of ourselves can have a huge influence on our performance. The language we use, our inner dialogue and conversations dictate our behaviours and actions. All our self-concepts can either enable or hinder how we go about life. They hugely influence who we...

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