Illness And Disease
How to care for yourself during the Coronavirus pandemic
We are living in unprecedented times during the Coronavirus pandemic. Fear of catching Coronavirus COVID-19 or SARS-CoV-2, has changed the world, the way it is run and how we live in it.
Turning a blind eye to suicide
Why are the devastating numbers of death by suicide not making front page and news headlines everywhere, every single day? Does it have to be someone we actually love for it to affect and shock us into seeing the reality of how great an issue death by suicide really is?
Is there a healthy way to be ill?
None of us are immune from ever being ill and we have many phrases that reflect that this is an everyday part of life. We cannot always prevent ourselves from getting sick, but is there a healthy way to be ill?
Ageing – to be feared or lived?
How do we feel about ageing, and what are the pictures we carry? Is there a way to age that brings a deeper purpose to this stage of life?
Millions of dollars and still no cure for cancer
Millions of dollars and many decades of research have gone into finding a cure for cancer and yet we still have no answers, no solutions and no way of preventing this dreadful disease.
Don’t shoot the messenger!
We have one of the world’s leading experts in health and medicine with us 24 hours a day – our body! How can we deepen our relationship with our bodies and listen to what our bodies are telling us?
Championing the myth of living longer
People are living longer. Do we consider how they are living and what quality of life they have in their final decades? Is it truly living if we are medicated, drugged and artificially sustaining life in a body that is carrying so much illness and disease?
The forgotten side of dementia
We are in the middle of a new and burgeoning burden of disease. It is the forgotten side of dementia in the era that has prided itself on extending human life.
The way we are living is killing us
We consider illness and disease to be ‘bad’ but the way we are living is killing us, albeit slowly. What if they are messages from your body calling you back to being truly caring and loving of yourself?
Dare we admit that we are not so well?
True health isn't the lack of a debilitating illness, but the presence of true vitality and wellbeing. Does anything less than that mean we are in fact unwell?