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I hope that you have lots of friends, real ones not just the Facebook kind, though both are important for what I’m about to ask of you. I’d like you to share this blog with people you think would be interested.

When I started this project in September I had two main aims:

  • Publicise what I do in my therapy and coaching work. I’m getting older and the travelling is arduous, I love my family and my dog (not always in that order), and I want to work from home more.
  • Build a community around liberating ideas. Our psychological development and wellbeing is a personal issue, too important to be left to the ‘experts’.

Now I now find this has grown to three, so I’ll add:

  • Finding my voice. My daily posts are the culmination of many years’ ideas, study and conversations. I now realise that I have started a conversation I’ve been wanting to have for quite some time. This is just the start.

I’ve been getting great feedback, so I’ll repeat: This is just the start. I’ll announce subscriber benefits and more soon.

If you like what you read please share this with people as you see fit. Be selective. It won’t ‘click’ with everyone because not everyone shares your interests, so share with discrimination.

I’d be most grateful, and I’m sure you’d be rewarded, in some way. Thank you.

 

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