Until I saw The Empath, I’d never heard of Highly Sensitive People. I had however met many. Sensitive to change, a complex tangle of emotions, highly conscientious, easily overwhelmed, feeling a need to withdraw, needing to avoid upsetting or overwhelming situations, highly attuned to other people’s feelings, often emotional, shy and self critical. All ofContinue reading “The Empath – Exploring the link between high sensitivity and eating disorders”
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Stepaway Magazine – Train Directions
I went on a walk with Inua Ellams and Side Story, wrote this poem, and it has been published in Stepaway Magazine. Cool.
An interview with….98 Wounds
Magazines tend to be filled with words, but they say that a picture speaks a thousand of them. 98 Wounds is a magazine which embraces that, focusing upon music photography rather than reviews and articles. The first issue was produced in March 2013, but the real story goes back earlier than this. A photographer by tradeContinue reading “An interview with….98 Wounds”
Doll Hospital – a place to be oneself
On some recent travels across the world wide web I came across a brilliant new magazine named Doll Hospital. A print journal, it is creative and inspirational collection of art, poetry, words and wisdom that explores mental health without prejudice or preconceptions. I caught up with creator Beth Lamont to find out more. Why did you decideContinue reading “Doll Hospital – a place to be oneself”
Alan Hollinghurst – The Stranger’s Child
Glory Days – WWII Book Reviews Issue seven of New Zealand’s premier vintage lifestyle publication coincided with the start of the World War I centenary, so, in the spirit of remembrance, they focus on stories related to both World Wars this issue. One of which is a little book review of Alan Hollinghurst’s The Stranger’s Child.