As children, we are vulnerable creatures, with a humble trust in those around us. Throughout my personal and professional life I have met people scarred by the trauma of their past relationships, whether they were family, friends, peers at school... Continue Reading →
According to statistics only 1% of the population have a diagnosis of the complex mental illness that is Borderline Personality Disorder. It is a highly stigmatised illness, even within the mental health nursing profession. Sufferers are portrayed as being "attention... Continue Reading →
Often in our own lives, it is so interesting how we allow past experience to define who we are and therefore our current state of mind.