Out Of Kilter

Generally I've been quite lucky in this respect. In the relationships I have had, my sexual tastes, appetites and desires have, broadly speaking, been evenly matched by my partners. That's not to say they have always been in perfect synchronicity; there are always times one one or other of us was ill, or too tired,... Continue Reading →


Word for Wednesday – Recovery

Recovery /rɪˈkʌvərɪ/ noun the act or process of recovering, esp from sickness, a shock, or a setback; recuperation restoration to a former or better condition the regaining of something lost When it comes to depression, and indeed many other afflictions, both mental and physical, recovery is a lengthy process. Depending on the seriousness of your... Continue Reading →

Word for Wednesday – Insular

Insular /ˈɪnsjʊlə/ adjective of, relating to, or resembling an island remote, detached, or aloof isolated or separated The English poet, John Donne, famously wrote in 1624: No man is an iland The modern version of this is, of course: "no man is an island". Now, this may be true, but for those of us who battle mental illness, the feelings of being remote, detached, isolated or... Continue Reading →

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