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Adversity Vs Resources
The renowned trauma therapist and Vietnam War Veteran Glenn Schiraldi showed us through his years of work that onset of trauma is much higher when the adversity a person faces far out-weighs the resources they have (https://lindagraham-mft.net/the-resilience-workbook/ ). This is possibly why traumatic issues faced as a child seem to have a much longer lastingContinue reading “Adversity Vs Resources”
Is it always your mother’s fault?
Is it always your mother’s fault? Attachment theory, by Bowlby looks at the importance of the parental role. He explores the relationship between mother and child to expose a strong link with adulthood anxiety and ill-health. Do you agree? Watch the video below to find out more.
Rochelle Bisson Responds To Me – BBC News
BBC’s Rochelle Bisson acknowledges my comments in the news regarding anxiety and the general public’s lack of awareness around it.
Alan Mullally shares his experience of life and rehab in Thailand.
Former England cricketer and once fastest bowler in the world shares his experiences of Thailand rehabs in this video: Home