Empowerment is a popular term in the work force, law and in society as a whole. I like to have a look at what it means withing the mental health community and what areas to look for when you want to empower yourself.
This post is based upon a survey ‘Hidden Voices. Family estrangement in adulthood’(2015) and if you missed part one, you can read it here. It explains what estrangement is and it gives facts and figures about it. I discuss abuse in today's post, if that is something you don’t want to read about (now), you’re … Continue reading Lets talk stigma – How do people experience family relationship breakdown?
If you like to watch series like ‘The Bridge’ or ‘The Killing’ this is a good summer read for you. The story enfolds in Copenhagen, when a young woman is found brutally murdered with one of her hands missing. Picture credits click here. In true detective style, there are two who doesn’t particularly like each … Continue reading Some kind of book review – The Chestnut Man by S. Sveistrup.
Before I chose Churro to be my dog, I looked at older dogs to adopt. Why? Because they are cute and I believe that the elderly need a nice place. Older dogs need maybe more care in terms of health but they aren’t that active as a small puppy anymore. Well, long story short, Pierre … Continue reading How old is your dog in human years? You may be surprised that its not multiply by 7.
Public health, medicine and vaccines are a hot topic, especially during this pandemic - still ongoing - as I write this post. Is there a vaccine for COVID-19, when, what and how? Science is ever evolving which is a wonderful thing. As long as there is enough funding researchers look for cures for HIV and … Continue reading Is the future of research vegan?