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In the 11/15/2015 edition:

Link – 12 Phrases You Should Never Say To People With Depression (Unless You’re Cold-Hearted Enough To Hurt Them)

By MikeM on Nov 15, 2015 10:56 am

Don’t be cold-hearted. Learn how to be supportive instead!

12 Phrases You Should Never Say To People With Depression (Unless You’re Cold-Hearted Enough To Hurt Them)

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Annual BBC Children In Need Telethon Loses Veteran Presenter Wogan

By Ken Henry on Nov 13, 2015 05:53 am

Terry Wogan will miss the annual Children In Need Telethon which he has co-presented since the beginning of the modern TV appeal in 1980 due to surgery. We don’t know if he has set a record at 35 years but the man deserves a year off even if it’s in unfortunate circumstances and we hope Terry gets well soon. Being a live BBC TV juggernaut, the show will go on and we will have to wait and see whether the fundraising record will be broken once again as happened in 2014.

The website link is here but any older link ending in /pudsey should still forward to the new address.

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Children in Need Appeal Tonight on BBC

By MikeM on Nov 13, 2015 05:50 am

For the 35th year, the all-night charity extravaganza that is Children in Need is back on our screens. This year’s star-studded gala appeal show is on BBC One from 7.30pm-10pm, on Friday November 13. It comes straight after The One Show’s Children in Need special (BBC One, 7pm-7.30pm).

For more –

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Link – Two Emotional Skills Which Are Blunted By Early Life Stress

By MikeM on Nov 12, 2015 09:20 am

“Early life stress decreases the adult ability to feel enthusiasm and experience pleasure.

This is one of the reasons that experiencing stress early in life is a major risk factor for depression.”

Interesting that this study shows up after I’ve written about the reality of how abused children do not have a normal development cycle. Still, good to see science recognizing it, and hopefully finding ways to overcome it!

Two Emotional Skills Which Are Blunted By Early Life Stress

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Link – You do not have to forgive. If you choose to – it may be a long journey – Pete Walker

By MikeM on Nov 11, 2015 09:20 am

“It is simply ‘shame shifting’ to suggest forgiveness is necessary. Victims of severe childhood abuse, should not be shamed in this way, or made to feel they are the ones in the wrong, for not forgiving as per someone else’s opinion and timeframe.
It is no-one’s right to suggest forgiveness is necessary, or how long a forgiveness journey should be.”

It’s your healing, no one else gets to tell you how to do it.

You do not have to forgive. If you choose to – it may be a long journey – Pete Walker

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Link – 3 Simple Reasons Why Trying Therapy Is Worth It

By MikeM on Nov 10, 2015 10:50 am

“1. You probably see a specialist for everything else — mental health should be no different.

If you have a toothache, you see a dentist. If your vision is blurry, you see the optometrist. If you have a cold, you see your primary doctor. If you’re having mental struggles, why not see a therapist? It’s their job! A mental illness isn’t any “better” or “worse” than a physical one.”

There are three reasons in the article, but really isn’t this the only one we need?

3 Simple Reasons Why Trying Therapy Is Worth It

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