My desire to read psychology books continues. I was lucky enough to hear Dr. Steve Peters give an hours presentation at work. Immediately after, I went out and bought his book The Chimp Paradox. Let's just say it all makes sense, it's a great model which explains why we all react the way we do.
My Tuesday nights are no longer spent running, they are now back in a College classroom studying. Something I never thought I would want to do. Someone at work recommended a course at a local college, called an Introduction to Mental Health. So far its fascinating, the mix of people studying and their reasons for
Reading parts of this book was like a weird insight into my own brain. So many points I thought, yet, thought that, felt that, embarassed by that. My depression was bad, but not to the point of institutionalizing me. Sally Brampton's memoir is powerful, very powerful. Sally wrote heavily about the effect of growing up abroad