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#MovingStory: How to treat #KidsInCare

April 19, 2016



November 29, 2015

0 This report is the fruit of more than three and a half years talking and working with people who had been trapped in addiction, begging and homelessness in Dunfermline and surrounding towns and villages. It fundamentally questions the Scottish Government Strategy and calls for legislation and many new approaches. It reveals the […]

#ChildPoverty #UKGovernment #Unicef

October 19, 2015


#ChildhoodTrauma #ComplexTrauma and #BrainDamage

June 21, 2015


 Featured Image Judith Herman’s seminal work on diagnosis and treatment needs arising from Childhood trauma (See previous post) ———————————————————————————————————————————————————– #MentalHealth: #Trauma: What Causes #PTSD? via @johndwm                                                             […]

#Poetry #Photojourney #Travel JOURNEY OF THE CHILDREN #Tunisia #Afghanistan #Rumi

May 3, 2015


As I travelled In a four wheel drive Across the semi-desert Of Western Tunisia Accompanied by the driver And a family of five I heard a language I did not know Mixed with A little of my own Occasionally From the children It was then That I discovered They were From Afghanistan I talked of […]

What Is Kids’ Food? #Children #Food #ChildrensFood

May 2, 2015

0 via @learntolovefood Excellent piece. Very educative and simply put. If this was followed, together with exercise, we would have no or very little childhood obesity…

#GirlsRights #GirlsEducation #Kenya #Africa

May 1, 2015


Fundamentally important to share this article. These issues and this work needs lots of support from Northern and Western countries.

Darla G. Denton

Musings from A Curvy Romance Writer

My Botanical Garden

Tamara Jare contemporary painting blog

Ramblings of a Fibro Fogged Mind

Fibro, ME, and Welfare Reform

A.C. Stark

Holding the Planet to Reason, not Ransom


New Perspective on Life

Colours and Words Waltz

a blog by Sharmishtha Basu (Agnijaat, Agnishatdal, Agnijashatadalama, Indie Adda)


self discovery - an expedition through some life issues - and other random thoughts


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