Walking Away

Hi Danielle

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All the best with your blog

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“Information and Inspiration Distributer, Incorrigible Encourager and People-builder” *

* not bridges (thank goodness)!

Well my family and friends say I’m “safest” just writing and sharing
Still

Driven to share, uplift, encourage and (perhaps even) inspire

PPS

Don’t worry about the world ending today…

it’s already tomorrow in scenic and tranquil ‘little’ New Zealand

The Nurse's Heart

Sometimes the way we can best take care of ourselves is by walking away. It seems a daunting idea and we often fight it, hearing shouts of “failure” and “you’re weak” screaming at us in our heads. But when we take the time to sit down quietly and put all the cards out on the table, often we are left with the only true and healthy option … stepping away. Many times our friends and family – and worst of all the little voice in our head – are telling us we must be crazy! They are wrong. Sometimes walking away from a person, a job or a title is absolutely the strongest and most courageous thing we can do. Choosing happiness can be the most difficult decision we ever make.

I have a best friend, as most of us do. Heather and I met in 1998 when she was…

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“I will love the light for it shows me the way, yet I will endure the darkness because it shows me the stars.”

Sharing some Information and Thoughts on Head and Brain Injury

https://craigsbooks.wordpress.com/2020/03/29/i-will-love-the-light-for-it-shows-me-the-way-yet-i-will-endure-the-darkness-because-it-shows-me-the-stars-11/

http://www.traumaticbraininjury.wordpress.com

via “I will love the light for it shows me the way, yet I will endure the darkness because it shows me the stars.” http://www.ogmandinobooks.wordpress.com and http://www.craigsquotes.wordpress.com SHARE, SUPPORT, ENCOURAGE, UPLIFT and (perhaps even) INSPIRE Share, encourage, uplift, impact and help spread hope, love and light

via “I will love the light for it shows me the way, yet I will endure the darkness because it shows me the stars.” — BOOKS BY CRAIG LOCK

Share, encourage, uplift, impact and help spread hope, love and light

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Share Facts about Covid-19

Craig's List of Writings

https://craigsbooks.wordpress.com/2020/03/22/share-facts-about-covid-19/

and

https://writingcraig.wordpress.com/2020/03/24/share-facts-about-covid-19/

Originally posted on BOOKS BY CRAIG LOCK: from http://www.facebook.com/craig.lock.31 from My thoughts on Covid-19 a.k.a. Corona virus, as a healthcare provider. PPS Let see the power at work of “virally shared” words of information (hopefully true and helpful), support, encouragement and upliftment Shared by “not so busy” c ‘Share and care’ ‘PPS (“ABF”) “In the…

via Share Facts about Covid-19 — “THE JOURNALIST “… REVEALING AND INTERESTING “INTERVIEWS”

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My other blogs in this area

My other blogs in this area are at

www.facebook.com/livingwithheadinjury

http://www.headbraininjury.wordpress.com

http://www.traumaticbraininjurytbi.wordpress.com

https://headinjurytbi.wordpress.com/

https://livingwithheadinjury.wordpress.com/

http://www.livingwithheadbraininjury.wordpress.com

https://thenurseanewbook.wordpress.com

and

https://anoneextraordinarylife.wordpress.com/

“We share what we know, so that we all may grow.”

“Knowledge is the gateway to understanding…and understanding is the gateway to a better life.”

– Jeff Sebell
Shining a light of hope  in the darkest corners
Helping promote better understanding and awareness of what is often termed “The Silent Epidemic” (and/or “The Hidden Handicap”)
“Inform, educate, inspire”

pic (below great) from http://thegrowingheart.com/post-holiday-serenity/

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Hard to believe!

Craig's List of Writings

https://livingwithheadbraininjury.wordpress.com/2020/02/23/hard-to-believe/
and
https://craigsbooks.wordpress.com/2020/02/23/hard-to-believe/

Originally posted on Inspirational Leader: Miracles can happen I suppose. As I begin today I think of 13 years ago when my life changed. Was it for good or was it for bad? Yes life is much different now but I try to tackle each day as a new adventure. We may never know when…

via Hard to believe! — Living with Head/Brain Injury (TBI)

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Visualisation can improve your mood

Mental health 360°

Mental Health Day Hospital

Talkspace.com

I was a nurse at an amazing Mental Health Day Hospital (DH) where patients were actively involved in planning a timetable of evidence-based therapeutic activities to support them in their recovery before being discharged as an in-patient.

It wasn’t a drop-in centre. Ward patients were referred by their Consultant and attended the DH normally for a period of 12 weeks. Part of the programme was that patients had to agree to attend their chosen groups. Once admitted, they would spend time with their named nurse (who oversaw their care at the DH) and together choose therapies and activities that would best suit their needs.

Their named nurse would attend their weekly multidisciplinary ward round to hand over documented patient progress. The multidisciplinary team (which includes the patient) would at some point decide the patient was well enough to be discharged from the ward…

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The writer is born