￼Hello there from TBC Private Practice in the depths of Crediton Nr Exeter Devon UK. Hopefully this finds you well and enjoying the onset of spring at last! Just recently I enjoyed a wonderful week snow ski ing in France. So lucky as the sun was out all week, sky’s were blue and the snow cover was fab. Have you got a holiday booked this year? I would love to hear about it. Taking time
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Serene surroundings Sitting in the wonderful serene surroundings in Laos Asia, the river running by, surrounded by mountains covered in lush green vegetation and the hot sun baking the ground outside of my shaded area, I feel at peace with the world. Feeling slightly sorry for the young lady over in the hotel reception area who has waited over an hour for a guide to take her on a day trip of the area. After
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Gosh I thought it rained in England but sitting here at Chitwan National Park in Nepal it takes the biscuit! The rain has not stopped for two days solid so no jungle trekking looking for those elusive tigers and rare one horned Rhinos. It does however give me chance to catch up on the thoughts of Bhutan where I recently spent 10 days in the company of the most beautiful people I have yet found
Depression has no outward symptoms so others may not realize that you are suffering, they just think you are miserable. It can appear at anytime and any age and it has no boundaries and should never be thought of as a weakness. Depression is cruel and disabling and people around you often don’t understand, or lose patience after a little while after expecting you to ‘snap out of it’ – as if it were that