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The Other Side of Reason

Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – One day The Other Side of Reason – Book of dreams The Other Side of Reason – Time shift The Other Side of Reason – Moments of reflection The Other Side of Reason – The Traveller The Other Side of Reason – The Body Remembers What the Mind Wants to Forget

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Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – One day

Reflections from the Other Side of Reason – One day

Post-traumatic growth is not simply about coping; it refers to changes that cut to the very core of our way of being in the world. Post-traumatic growth has to do with the way we greet the day as we wake in the morning.
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The Other Side of Reason – Book of dreams

The Other Side of Reason – Book of dreams

There is an Irish saying: “This is a day in our lives, and it will not come again.” Live every day with this in mind.

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The Other Side of Reason – Time shift

The Other Side of Reason – Time shift

I’ve come to realize that these are not steps back, but steps sideways, a time we need to witness how we are triggered, and step forward into healing.
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The Other Side of Reason – Moments of reflection

The Other Side of Reason – Moments of reflection

There is something about the way that people can step up and come together to not only protect each other and fight for a common cause, but that we can as well, remind everyone that despite mental health challenges we all have a place in this world.
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The Other Side of Reason – The Traveller

The Other Side of Reason – The Traveller

Thriving in the face of adversity is what maintains the human spirit and promotes the incredible resiliency of our human nature.
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The Other Side of Reason – The Body Remembers What the Mind Wants to Forget

The Other Side of Reason – The Body Remembers What the Mind Wants to Forget

The nature of a traumatic experience is that the brain doesn’t allow a story to be created. Therein lies an interesting paradox that it is completely normal to distort your memories.
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