A couple of weeks ago I had popped into my coffee shop, and on return to my car, I found a note under my windscreen wiper. It said 'this is a random act of kindness, for their 30th birthday, and may it bring me happiness'. The gentleman from the book shop came out and asked … Continue reading Small Acts of Kindness
I know I am a bit late, but the holidays always seem so busy. I'm currently waiting for the software I use to mark pupils coursework to come back online after it's scheduled maintenance. That means I can sit in the office and let the kids think mums marking we can't disturb, which is a … Continue reading 2019 is about protecting my peace
I am human Sometimes I cry uncontrollably But I laugh just the same I have scars some you can see Others you can’t I’ve been shamed And made to feel ashamed But I love with all of my heart I pray for humility For you and for I As what made rivers and stars Sunrises … Continue reading I am human
The Neuroscience of Revenge In the 1800s the French coined the term- ‘revenge is a dish best served cold’. The idea behind this is that revenge is more satisfying when one has had time to prepare vengeance that is well-planned, long-feared, or unexpected. We feel rejected when our friends don’t return our texts, and our … Continue reading Does the pain of rejection magnify the sweetness of revenge?
ADHD is the most common neurodevelopment disorder of childhood and has a strong persistence throughout the individual's lifespan. ADHD is characterised by age-inappropriate behaviour is thought to affect between 3% and 5% of all school-aged children (Buitelaar, 2002) age-inappropriate behaviour typically characterises it. ADHD is a lifelong disorder which can increase morbidity, including impaired academic … Continue reading What are the brain differences of people with ADHD? A cognitive neuroscience review of The aetiology of ADHD
So many of us experience a heavy feeling in our heads or our heads feeling fuzzy, where we can’t concentrate or recall information. It was once described to me like this- imagine you are a knight in a forest full of overgrown brambles, you take out your sword to chop away the brambles so you … Continue reading Brain fog: What is it?
What happens when our brains go wrong? Frances Samah Our brains are something fascinating, it can send information up to an impressive 268 miles per hour. This is faster than Formula 1 race cars which top out at 240 mph. Our brains can generate up to 50,000 thoughts per day. Twenty-five percent of the … Continue reading Our brains and mental health