Evan on January 31st, 2008

This post is a bit off topic. Miss Smack authors a great blog called Smack Dab in the Middle. It is not a health blog. It is a personal blog about the author’s life. The topics covered are as diverse as the writers life. From work to children to cars to food to money to […]

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Evan on January 30th, 2008

Image by Valerie Renee This post was provoked by a comment on a previous post on choices. I suggested that once we had a good idea of who we are then we could sort out our priorities and choosing was much easier. Barbara left a comment saying something like: Well, that’s all very well, but […]

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Evan on January 29th, 2008

There is a great blog authored by Ryan Randolph on “men’s issues” called Yang Town The Path of Masculine Power. On his about page Ryan quite openly discusses the difficult relationship that lead him into exploring the difficulties of relationships, especially romantic relationships. Don’t be put off by the sound of “the path of masculine […]

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Evan on January 28th, 2008

 Image by Orin Optiglot This is a story about an encounter that a friend of mine had with her father’s appointed carer.  I’ll call my friend Jane (not her real name). Jane’s father is getting elderly – well into his 70’s and is probably suffering some degree of dementia.  Jane herself is in her 50’s.  […]

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Evan on January 26th, 2008

Today is Australia Day – or as the indigenous people of Australia call it ‘Invasion Day’ – when the British ships intending to establish a colony in Australia first landed here. So I thought it was an appropriate day to alert you to a new blog that has justed launched for Australian bloggers. It is […]

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It’s been a while since I did a post about physical health.  Lately I’ve been mostly dealing with psychology.  So here is a longer post to make up for this a bit. To have good health doesn’t require adopting unusual or bizarre behaviours.  Doing little things can make a big difference.  (This is for those […]

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Evan on January 24th, 2008

There is a great blog about blogging authored by Caroline Middlebrook. This is a little off the topic of health but I thought some readers are probably interested in blogging too. Caroline has only been blogging for a few months but has already made a big impact. I think there are two reason for this. […]

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Evan on January 24th, 2008

  Image by gailf548 Isabella Mori at Change Therapy has a great post today on our blindspots. The first thing of course is to acknowledge that we have them. She then lists five reactions that could alert us to one of our blindspots. They are simple and practical.  I think this is one thing that […]

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