Tag Archives: BPD

22/03/17 From Blog to Vlog

Yes, I know it’s been a while – I’ve been going through a period of er…quiet reflection. As you may, or may not, know – Walk a Mile in My Shoes is going through a period of change – of … Continue reading

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09/07/16 You’re an attention seeking…

Imagine you woke up this morning and your world had changed.  When I say the world, I mean the world’s perception of you.  You haven’t changed. You’re still the same old…same old…you.  But something rather weird had happened. Someone…you’re not … Continue reading

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09/07/16 You’re an attention seeking…

Imagine you woke up this morning and your world had changed.  When I say the world, I mean the world’s perception of you.  You haven’t changed. You’re still the same old…same old…you.  But something rather weird had happened. Someone…you’re not … Continue reading

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21/01/16 What a fucking mess.

    This has triggery stuff throughout. Also, to cut to the chase, I’m safe, if not entirely well, lying next to Ella in a b&b near Motherwell.  My past, present and future tenses are pretty mixed up during this blog … Continue reading

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16/12/14 Walkamile Rebooted

Please share this. I need you. Up until the other day this blog was going to be called ‘Walkamile Reloaded’, however, thanks to the wisdom of my friend Mark, I reconsidered. Up until lunchtime today, this blog was going to … Continue reading

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9/4/14 Resilience

On my recent visit to the undergrad psych nurses at Hertfordshire Uni, I had promised the day’s organiser, Dr Audrey, that I’d talk authoritatively about resilience and my angle on the usefulness or otherwise of the interweb for people with … Continue reading

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08/08/13 Sex and Drugs and Rock ‘n’ Roll

About a million years ago – circa 1990 – I began to experience a slightly more intense level of looniness. That said…I didn’t attribute it to a whacky brain – I’d attributed my walking into things; my inability to focus; … Continue reading

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