The accidental hermit is changing

The main problem for me with Borderline personality disorder is that constant flow of negative thoughts and feelings that run through my mind; the inability to form and maintain healthy relationships on all levels personal, professional and on a family …

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Faith and mental health

I spent many years discovering and developing my religious viewpoint and practice. Without a belief in a higher purpose I not sure that I would be here today. I have learnt to accept the darkness that comes with borderline personality …

Religion, Culture and Mental Health (Paperback)

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Talking About Self-harm

Self-harm is not just about cutting or burning, its also excessive drinking or drug use and other things that you know will cause harm to your self. I like and many people with mental illness self harm and I can …

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Published elsewhere

Guest blogging here The Arts in Wiltshire I was asked by The Restoration Trust to write a guest blog on behalf of the Human Henge Project for The Arts in Wiltshire website. below is a short excerpt read the full post here Creative Arty …

Stonehenge: Making Sense of a Prehistoric Mystery (Council for British Archaeology’s Archaeology for All) (Paperback)

Stonehenge is an iconic monument for people all around the world. Built around 5000 years ago, it stands for mystery and forgotten secrets waiting to be decoded. In this latest book in the Council for British Archaeology’s ‘Archaeology for All’ series, Professor Mike Parker Pearson presents an up-to-date interpretation of Stonehenge and its landscape. Drawing on his years of research and excavation, the author presents a highly readable account that is lavishly illustrated with images by the renowned photographer Adam Stanford and the reconstruction artist Peter Dunn.

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The Stonehenge lectures 2155

See larger image The Stonehenge Landscape: Analysing the Stonehenge World Heritage Site (Paperback) New From: £30.00 GBP In Stock The large lecture hall was filled with around 250 of the most influential scientists all seated awaiting the start. A few …

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A Stonehenge Saga

In darkness the creature stalks and fear takes many forms, From winters kiss to spring reborn, A fellowship will form, The seven sisters dance in glory of the midnight, One by one, a call is sent, Only hope that replies, …

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Circle of stones

This poem was wrote for the human henge project and can be read on their site at Wind swept open space, Secretes hidden in Gaea’s flesh Time and technology advance the human race. Ceremony in celestial orbit Buried in barrows… …

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Free Ashraf, poet facing execution in Saudi Arabia | Amnesty International UK

Ashraf Fayadh is due to be executed in Saudi Arabia. Sign the petition for his freedom. Ashraf Fayadh, a Palestinian poet and artist who lives in Saudi Arabia, has been sentenced to death for ‘apostasy’. The Saudi Arabian authorities claim …

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A Borderline Day

Kevin awoke as normal, the darkness of the night was slipping away and the soft dawn light gave him just enough reassurance that it was a new day. As he lied in the double bed and reached out and there she was, …

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