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At 6.00 pm GMT on Thursday 7th June, to be exact.

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I’m going to kick off with my strapline “Life doesn’t have to be like that”. It seems a good place to start as this is a slogan that has underpinned my work and my writing for the past 20 years or so.

I’ll explain briefly what the slogan means to me and why I think it’s a useful thing to remember, especially in times of stress or distress.

This will just give us a starting point – later weekly Meetups will be around different themes prompted by suggestions from readers and viewers. An important part of these online video sessions is that they will be interactive, so there’ll be plenty of opportunity for Q & A around whatever relevant topic you choose.

So, please join me and share your thoughts. See you soon, I hope.

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