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The Archers, The Psychopath, Abuse and a Lesson for us All

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The Archers is “an everyday story of country folk” – according to the BBC.  For those who don’t listen to Radio 4’s daily broadcast, there’s been a dark cloud over the fictional county of Borsetshire for some years in the … Continue reading

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Enough of these school killings – prevention is better than cure

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Here is the news. “A 16-year-old boy has died from his injuries following a stabbing at a school in Aberdeen” The Guardian, today. “Sweden school attack: horror as sword attacker kills teacher and pupil” The Guardian, 22nd October October 1st … Continue reading

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Joining the Dots and Tackling Affluenza

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It’s a thing we often try to do – joining the dots. Not so much to see “the bigger picture” as to see the picture at all. Let’s start this week off with a few more dots and see how … Continue reading

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Our Minds, Our Instincts, Our Reactions

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In our two previous blog posts we’ve written about two types of people who might be considered polar opposites. The fictional character Derek has a tremendous capacity for empathy, care and compassion – qualities which are totally lacking in the … Continue reading

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