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19/10/13 It could be you…

When I was at Mind in the Wirral I met Sarah, who’s very knowledgable on all things mental healthy and training. ‘You must get in touch with Derry…’ She told me about this woman who was passionate about the anti … Continue reading

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20/10/13 What would you do?

I’d spent a most splendid afternoon with Michael, a man I met fleetingly in a car park next to the Ardnamurchan lighthouse about a hundred years ago on the ramble. We hugged like old friends and talked, almost without stop, … Continue reading

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18/10/13 What’s the worst that could happen?

It had been an easy ramble along the Wirral way on the south side of said peninsula. It was a bit rainy, but hey, I’ve experienced vastly worse. I’d spent some time today with Derry, a mental health campaigner, she … Continue reading

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17/10/13 We’re all in this together

Leaving the good folk at Mind was a real wrench – they were interested and interesting and fun and sparkly. But I was off on my way – Alison had been in touch and I was meeting her at the … Continue reading

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16/10/13 A bit of common sense

Speaking to the folk at the Mind on the Wirral was a pleasure. Theirs was real blue sky thinking – the primary concern is the service user and not the service. Wirral Borough Council, like so many local authorities, has … Continue reading

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15/10/13 On the road again

‘Distant’ is the word that described me well over the past few days. Probably for the first time I was anxious about throwing myself to the vagaries of the good people of the UK. And what a strange place to … Continue reading

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