Duality

Life seems replete with examples of duality- night/day, life/death, hunger/satiety, husband/wife. Our perceptions also seem to mirror that - right/wrong, smart/stupid, success/failure, love/hate, courage/coward, leave/stay. It can be easy to get trapped by some of these dualities.  For example, it can sometimes be conceptually easier to cling to one side of a duality (i.e. think … Continue reading Duality

The benefits of thinking about mental health as a set of interrelated domains

That was a busy week! Although admittedly, the bulk of the week was taken up with preparation for a small conference presentation I gave yesterday (Friday 30/1/21).  I was speaking to physiotherapy educators, the ones who support and coach students through their clinical placements prior to graduation.  The essence of the presentation was how to … Continue reading The benefits of thinking about mental health as a set of interrelated domains