By the time this is published, I’ll be sitting on a train on my way to beautiful Northumbria – ready to sun myself over the weekend – ok, maybe ‘sunning myself’ is a bit hopeful….
I had a positive response to my last round-up post – well , three people said they liked it and no-one said they didn’t – this is the next instalment.
Twelve views can be more limiting than it seems so I’ve extended to fifteen for now.
Again, in no particular order
Rundy – at As We Lived Before – a beautifully crafted blog, as befitting a professional writer, about Alzheimer’s from a carer’s perspective, shares an award-winning short film as well as some personal observations at Like Lisa.
Burnt Out Betsy at the Diary of a Burnt Out Social Worker shares the joy of working in a bureaucratic system. Some things don’t change regardless of country or systems.
From Illusive Joy, an insight about her work with in a prison and her own feelings regarding building therapeutic relationships with sex offenders.
CalumCarr explains the difficulties that exist in the psychiatric system – it isn’t pretty but it shows a lot of areas that need to change.. and part two here.
At Blue Jean Social Work a touching analysis about the impact that fear has in her work – both the fear of professionals and users of services.. (she’s also choosing a new pen name so go ahead and vote!)
Therapydoc reflects on the small interactions and moments that help us to appreciate the more precious things in life – that aren’t always found in a ballpark.
Millennial Social Worker writes about gay parenting and prejudices associated with it after watching an episode of 30 days by Morgan Spurlock.
Meanwhile in hospital, Cellar_Door explains why she would rather work in Mental Health.
As finally. . . The Blog Herald reports on a study that claims ‘neurotic women more likely to blog’
Currently my thinking is of a bi-weekly round-up. It’s too much for one week – any suggestions for a catchy title for these round-up posts would be gratefully received!
So enjoy the weekend – I’ll be back early next week but will be scheduling some lighter posts for the time I’m away.