Thought Provoking Thursday: Looking beyond what is right in front of you

Hi there you lovely lot, it is Thought Provoking Thursday again #TPT. This week we’re going to talk a little bit more about physical health issues. Our brains have a habit of seeing things as one thing or another, finding it difficult to hold on to the complexity of life or perhaps just finding it…Read more »

Dr Abercrombie’s guidance on living well with a chronic illness: Including the all-important Krissy commentary

I talk to myself! Actually, I talk to myself a lot. Not just in my head, out loud as well. Personally, I find it pretty cathartic. It helps me figure things out rather than keeping things rattling around, much like writing in a journal I imagine. We all have this inner dialogue, made up of…Read more »

Self-compassion series: Part three. What exactly is it, and why is it so incredibly difficult?

So far in this self-compassion series I have briefly introduced what self-compassion is, with some personal reflections and exercises for readers to complete, hopefully starting the process of helping people think about how much self-compassion they truly offer themselves. Click on the link below to read part one and two of this ongoing series on…Read more »

Oddballs, outcasts, geeks, cast aside, left out, different, don’t belong

Oddballs, outcasts, geeks, cast aside, left out, different, don’t belong   In addition to being an aunt, daughter, sister, friend, a doctor, and suffer off a chronic illness, I am a massive movie and TV series buff. In particular I love a bit of superhero action, and anyone else who follows movies know that Marvel…Read more »