Tag Archives: walk a mile in my shoes

14/02/15 How should we talk about mental health?

Let me count the ways… The other day, I stumbled across a piece linked to Ted Talks with the same title as this blog. My first reaction? Agitation. Who are they to say…? Bloody patronising… Where are the voices of … Continue reading

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2/2/15 Where do you want walkamile to go?

This may come as a massive shock, but I’m going to let you into a secret, walk a mile in my shoes wasn’t terribly well planned. The idea was fed by a number of things. I’d used the excellent group … Continue reading

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22/01/14 Eric Pickles Letter to Muslim Leaders – what are YOU going to do?

The other night, for the first time ever, I got muted on Twitter. Someone posted something that, I understood to be, suicidal. Nobody else had commented on it, so I dived in in my usual, as it turns out on … Continue reading

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06/05/14 Walk a mile goes to Hertfordshire University

A film of the ramble about the ramble at Hertfordshire University. Warning, contains nuts… http://youtu.be/9Wk4dPriS5A

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17/12/13 The up to date walk a mile trailer by Johanna Wagner

Watch the trailer to the documentary here Walk a mile Chris

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20/11/13 This is Walk a Mile in My Shoes – please share/ retweet/ re blog then share some more…

This is a short note I received from a man in his late ’60’s/ early ’70’s who I met on the cycle path on my way to Bangor when he pinged the bell of his bike as he came up … Continue reading

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01/02/13 Neither a castle nor a Douglas to be seen.

Dear mr/ms/ mrs trades descriptions person…imagine my horror when I arrived in Castle Douglas to find, or more correctly not to find…. It has stopped raining so I decided to treat myself to a phone call to the Stewartry resource … Continue reading

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