The snowdrops are a reminder to me of this wonderful quote by John O’Donoghue – “The sacred duty of being an individual is to gradually learn how to live so as to awaken the eternal within you.”
Teenage mental health – the stats are frightening…. but are they actually telling the whole story? At a school conference Liz Scott heard a psychologist and a paediatric neurologist speaking. Maybe there is a simple answer after all
We are not in control. Forget the pointless exercise of trying to fix you thoughts or moods. When I saw this Icelandic glacier I was reminded that something far greater than I is behind this thing called life!
What happens when we slow down to the rhythm of life and dance at Nature’s pace – enjoying the ebbs and flows of the seasons as the plants and animals do
Don’t expect to be happy all the time. It’s just not part of the design of being human. In this article Liz Scott explores the huge spectrum of emotions that accompany the human experience and she shows how ALL emotions are perfectly normal.
In 2018 we’re sharing a fresh new take on mental health. One that puts the spotlight on our inbuilt resilience and wellbeing. A recent visit to Falmouth and memories of a suicide strengthened my resolve to spread this message of hope