“Dear borderline me…”
Mental Health / Mindfulness

“Dear borderline me…”

I recently completed a piece of mindfulness homework that had an unexpected effect on me.

It seems the wonderful people who run the blog at Mind thought it was pretty special too. They asked me nicely to remove the swear-words, and then… they published it. Continue reading

Mindfulness in Depression Relapse Prevention – Thoughts are not facts
Mental Health / Mindfulness

Mindfulness in Depression Relapse Prevention – Thoughts are not facts

Problems occur when we attach too much importance to mental commentary. We treat a stream of ideas as fact, and they crystallize into negative thoughts that become difficult to step back from. This session looks at ways of having a different relationship with our thoughts – how we can observe them from a distance and learn from them… Continue reading