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V is for volunteer — Anne’s Family History

Between 1914 and 1918, 350,000 Australians enlisted in the armed services to fight for their country and the Empire. Among these were my husband’s grandfather, Cecil Young (1898 – 1975) and his brother, John Percy (Jack) Young (1896 – 1918). … Continue reading

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Letters From The Sky: A Message to the People in our lives. — My Mind’s Mischief

Dear love, I’m writing this letter on behalf of all the people suffering from bipolar – those who I have come to know and those I have yet to meet. I speak for those who have yet to tell their … Continue reading

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Sharks Are Bloggers Too! — The Mysterious Blogger

When a shark stops swimming, it will die. What happens then when a blogger stops posting? via Sharks Are Bloggers Too! — The Mysterious Blogger This one hit home for me today. I will explain later in more detail.

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Individual or Group Therapy: Which is better? — Unveiling the Mind

You’ve heard of both, but you’re not sure what would be better for you to try. Individual and group therapy both have their separate benefits. Find out more about which is better: individual or group. “Individual or group therapy; which … Continue reading

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Parenting with anxiety and depression — Beauty of my chaotic mind

 Parenting with anxiety and depression: Parenting on the best days can be very challenging whether you suffer from a mental health disorder or not. Dealing with tantrums, back chat, refusal to share, sibling rivalry and even the nasty stares … Continue reading

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Mental health bloggers that should be on your radar — Wellbean blog

I asked for fellow mental health bloggers to share their blogs and tell me why they decided to start blogging and a fact about themselves. 18 fantastic mental health warriors tweeted me with their responses. If you’d like to have … Continue reading

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Thirteen Good Reasons to Test Your Mitochondrial DNA — DNAeXplained – Genetic Genealogy

Your mitochondrial DNA is a treasure trove of information for one specific line of your genealogy – providing refined information that autosomal tests simply can’t provide. 1,715 more words via Thirteen Good Reasons to Test Your Mitochondrial DNA — DNAeXplained – … Continue reading

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