Evan on November 14th, 2008

Over on Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life I have a guest post, Is Counselling Unlearning (following up my previous one called, Is Counselling Learning?). It is about the things we currently do which we need to unlearn – a big part of counselling in my experience. I hope you like it. Evan Bookmark It Hide […]

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Evan on November 14th, 2008

Image by matysek Brian Wansink has written a fascinating book called Mindless Eating. It is how what is around us when we eat affects what (and especially how much) we eat. This includes things like the size of the plate, how much we put on the plate and what others around us are doing. I […]

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Evan on November 13th, 2008

John at Storied Mind has done me the honour of nominating me for an Arte-y-Pico Award. The ‘Arte Y Pico Award’ is given to five blogs at a time based on their creativity, design, interest of content, and contribution to the blogging community, regardless of language. Part of the honor of receiving it is passing […]

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Evan on November 11th, 2008

Image by Hamed Masoumi It is often said that we each are on our own path. That no one can give our life for us. These things are true – and yet . . . I want to qualify these ideas, argue with them. It is because of the experience of a friend of mine […]

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Evan on November 7th, 2008

Image by Mike . . . Three stories from around the blogosphere – the first about the risk of mobile phone use (what we call ‘mobile phones’ in Australia are called cell-phones in other parts of the world), the second about Vitamin C and the last a blog by a cervical cancer survivor. (I wanted […]

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Evan on November 6th, 2008

Image by Jetheriot I’m an Australian, so the US presidency is none of my business. This is a health blog, so politics isn’t part of it’s brief. BUT, I am very happy Obama won. I hope he can get things moving so that he can achieve important things. Global leadership on global warming and some […]

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Evan on November 5th, 2008

Image by Jacob Botter Please note: this post is written by someone who is not a parent and who has no interest in adding to the parent guilt industry. I think children can be ruthlessly clear-eyed. Here is an example of what I mean. Young Flossie asks her mum Fanny if she can please go […]

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Evan on November 5th, 2008

I have a guest post on Pyschology, Philosophy and Real Life called Is Counselling Learning? I hope you like it. Evan Bookmark It Hide Sites

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