Natural Treatments for Borderline Personality Disorder – Guest Post by Virginia


St Johns wortSerotonin levels are most directly responsible for the intensity of our moods and how positive our demeanour is overall. While not every mood swing can be attributed to an offset chemical response, there is always a possibility that there could be something off-kilter in that area of our health.

While there are plenty of prescription drugs for this, it can often seem unnecessary or even unsafe to take a prescription drug for what many would deem to be simply irritability or poor behaviour.
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Best real ale pubs in Redditch – guest post by Robert


Wetherspoon - The Royal Enfield - The Old Cine...

Wetherspoon – The Royal Enfield – The Old Cinema – Unicorn Hill, Redditch (Photo credit: ell brown)

With traditional British pubs closing at an alarming rate, it’s great to find a place that still has lots of knowledgeable barmen offering proper craft beer on tap in cosy surroundings. If you love a decent real ale or craft beer, you have to pay Redditch a visit. Here are some of the highlights of the local beer scene…

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Guest Post by Clara – Be gentle with me…


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FRIENDS (Photo credit: [Share the Word])

Fellow High-functioning BPD sufferer Clara was inspired by my recent poem Finger on the Trigger and decided to write her own poem using the format I had used. I offered to share it here for her as she does not have her own blog but wanted to know what I thought of her poem, I loved it and I’m sure you will too…

It’s about the painful push-pull that you can get in friendships between two people who both have bpd, something I’m sure a lot of us can relate to…

Luxury on the Open Seas with Yacht Charter Adventures – Guest Post by Jennifer


image credit: Jennifer Doherty

image credit: Jennifer Doherty

If you are looking for something a little different but still want a luxurious holiday experience then chartering a yacht will open up the world to you.

When most people think of luxury holidays they imagine five-star hotels, private swimming pools and all-inclusive catering. Once you’ve done that a few times, however, you may start looking for something a little different and turn your attention to either more active holidays or those that include an element of adventure. Continue reading

Is Your Teen Depressed? Symptoms for Parents to Watch – Guest Post by Agnes


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Raising a teenager is one of the hardest jobs that most adults ever face, and this job becomes incredibly harder when the teenager is depressed. Of course, the first step in dealing with depression in teenagers is simply discovering it. Many adults overlook depression in teens because they assume that the teenage years are always marked by mood swings and melancholy. Although this is true in many cases, extreme mood swings or melancholy may be a symptom of a larger problem. Continue reading