Dear Mr God: About My Heart My heart feels a bit empty sometimes. I can feel disappointed with myself. Life feels difficult and I seem to make other people’s lives difficult too. I am worried sometimes that I am not good enough and although I try my best I am scared that what I do … Continue reading Sensory Processing Disorder – The Prayer of The Highly Sensitive Child
I have had a hec of a Christmas! Nearly every year I suffer with jaw pain at Christmas. It usually starts three weeks before Christmas and builds to some sort of crescendo around Christmas Day! Over the year I have named it Christmasitis! And this year I planned an easy, no pressure, cosy little family … Continue reading Antibiotics or Talking about Connection? – My Choice!
I have spent my whole life wondering why I have this tension in my body, I can't always think straight and I feel sort of insecure a lot of the time. I have really worked my socks off to get to the bottom of this and I thought after 12 years of very intense therapy … Continue reading Sensory Processing – To Hide or to Be My Insecure Self in the World? – That is the Question!
Today I suddenly realised why when we go out as a family I can get quite cross because no-one else is excited like me by simply being out. We drive along and I see the fields, the sheep, the hills, the sky . . . and I am excited! I start to chatter about … Continue reading Sensory Processing – Integrating your Senses through the Right Side of Your Brain
For me colours are changing all the time. Sometimes they have life and sometimes they don't. And this is obviously a big problem at Christmas. This is my story this year . . . I sorted through our Christmas decorations today and was shocked to realise that I struggle with the colour of most of … Continue reading A Highly Colour Sensitive Christmas!
J: What do you mean by healing through creativity? Jennie: I mean that healing is a process. Rather than being about shifting stuff and clearing the old it is more about transformation – like moulding a beautiful pot. J: How do we heal creatively? Jennie: By being self aware and observing our thoughts and feelings … Continue reading Why Don’t We Teach Healing as a Craft?
Definition of Not Neuro-Typical: Individuals whose neurological pathology renders their sensory functioning, social skills and cognitive skills not typical. Go on - Celebrate Your Difference!