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Sarah
Clinical psychologist pain clinic, introvert, vegan runner, blanket fort maker, WI President, fuelled by worry and tea. Views my own. She/her.
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Sarah Mar 19
Last push for my blog post this week on taking control of your finances 🙂
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rob delaney 8h
Hard to post this but I feel a duty to other bereaved parents & siblings.
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Sarah Mar 19
Last push for my blog post this week on taking control of your finances 🙂
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Hayley Colleen Mar 19
I talk about going to therapy like I’m going to the gym. So nonchalantly. I am hoping this will help stop the stigma. I tell anyone who I speak to “I’m off to therapy” not for attention but to normalise it as self care 4 the mind. Just like we normalise the gym for physical care.
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Sarah Mar 18
Replying to @sufcste
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Psychreg Mar 17
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Sarah Mar 18
My wonderful, compassionate mother just...doesn't understand the field of psychology. I'm fairly sure she thinks I just tell people to feel better and they magically do. I really wish it was that easy!
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Paul Brand Mar 18
BREAKING: Speaker rules out the government bringing back meaningful vote 3 unless the deal has changed. Govt cannot bring same motion twice. Convention dates back to 1604, he says. Big trouble for government.
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A Chronic Voice Mar 18
[Archives] ". Something I’m not very good at but I try my best anyway. I try to take regular breaks. I also plan my activities so they’re spread out over a few days, rather than all in one day":
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Richard Ma 🇪🇺🇬🇧🏳️‍🌈 Mar 16
I hate this mentality. Life is muddled. It's our job to help people make sense of it. One day a clinician will miss something important by insisting on "one problem only". I don't buy the "self preservation" argument either.
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Dear Damsels Mar 17
We've got the perfect short story for you today. Meet Chloe and Fi in 'The Way You Smelled of Pineapples' by – about best friends, shared dreams and broken promises.
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Sarah Mar 17
" In a culture where we spend so much time hyping each other up and telling ourselves we can do anything, there is perhaps no more radical message than adding: "...but you don't have to." "
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la sirena Mar 15
I don't know who needed to hear this but you should start to write/draw/paint/sing/dance again
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Sarah Mar 17
Replying to @shrinkthinks
I am also tea and Queer Eye-ing right now - it makes me cry in a really good way 🙂
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Sue Marsh Mar 17
OMG!!!! National debt went over TWO TRILLION and I didn't even see it reported. It was £700 Billion when Labour left power!! They've TRIPLED NATIONAL DEBT!!!! TRIPLED (Debt increasing at £18 million an HOUR)
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Jazz 💕 Mar 15
In light of recent events, I think whatever the outcome of Fizzy’s passing, it’s worth sharing this. A girl where I live passed away from an undetected heart condition. CRY holds FREE ECG screenings across the UK for 14-34 year olds. RT & sign up for one.
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AmyJebreel Mar 16
‘Doctors do not need to be more resilient... in fact, they have been “too resilient”. Selling resilience as a form of personal nourishment puts the responsibility for change firmly on the individual, while letting the system off the hook’
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Dr Andrew Robinson Mar 16
In summary: Student evaluations do not reflect how much learning goes on. They are biased against women, minorities and teachers with some accents. Scores can be increased if the teacher brings cookies to class. That's how credible they are.
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Sarah Mar 17
I'm also over on Facebook if you want to give my page a follow 🙂 just for blogging and therapy-related things!
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russjackson Mar 16
Boris Johnson was cleared of breaking the code of conduct after he said Muslim women wearing the burqa looked like "letter boxes or bank robbers". An "independent panel" found his comments "tolerant" & "respectful".
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