GoldmanSachsWith today’s news of the distasteful practices that ensure promotion in the banking firm Goldman Sachs, comes the revelation of another whistle-blower, someone speaking out at detriment to themselves about something they find morally wrong, unwilling and unable to keep quiet no matter what their financial reward for doing so; following in the footsteps of Bradley Manning, Jeffrey Wigand and Karen Silkwood, to name just a few.

7 things to remember when moving to Canada

You could be forgiven for thinking moving to Canada doesn’t entail the same consideration journeying to a third world country might. After all, it has a stable economy, an established infrastructure and an accepting attitude, right? But it’s always the small, innocuous things that lurk below our radar that can make life miserable with their irksomeness if overlooked.

Ungrateful Bitch (Part 2)

After a couple of hours spent shooting pool with friends and listening to the jukebox in the comforting normalcy of the football club, I arrived home, at 10pm as promised, in my boyfriend’s car – my bike in the boot. To be honest the last forty-five minutes at the club had been uncomfortable as I grew more apprehensive about going back.

How I managed to stop self-injuring and get on with my life

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PART OF THE “BREAKING THE CODE OF SILENCE” SERIES

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[dropcap]A[/dropcap]n insightful and informative account of overcoming self-harm. The comments are also an invaluable source of information for anyone wishing to understand this widespread practice which affects people of all ages, men and women alike.

How I managed to stop self-injuring and get on with my life by Mary Hamilton

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All the posts will be linking up with the Love All Blogs Mental Health Blog Hop.

Promoting BlackDogTribe

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