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Teachers create wealth too!

It’s become a commonplace to say that wealth has to be created before it can be spent and the received wisdom in mainstream political discourse is that the private sector does the wealth creating which then allows the public sector to use it up. 771 more words


My Own Quietly Explosive Here, Part 7........ "I Saw RED" My own silent rage!

I Saw RED! As I sat in a chair, across from another human being, trying to have hope and desperately, patiently awaiting some information regarding my OWN life, which at this time is in the control of an entity (The Prison Industrial Complex; Criminal Justice System) that structurally, in my professional opinion, is not capable of managing any living souls life effectively. 953 more words

#mentalwellbeing on the net #thisweek

Lots of interesting things to read this week in the world of mental health, here is my pick:


Do Happiness Practices Work? 100 more words

Mental Wellbeing

Lessons from the barn - why ASEA was created

My fascination with the adrenal stress phenomenon -that magic thing that happens to your body that temporarily turns you into superman or superwoman– has been a lifelong fascination.   913 more words

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Personal Writing

Finding Strength In Being An American

By Michelle Rawlings

Fourth of July brings up a number of emotions. Being thankful that I live in this beautiful country is one of them. I am so proud to be a military spouse and it is an honor to stand by my husband and support him in his military career. 460 more words

Social Mobility, Decommodification and Welfare

I attended a fascinating workshop on Thursday in Manchester, with a range of speakers discussing various aspects of social mobility. It was one of those workshops you’re really happy you attended. 1,007 more words