This blog post is written by Helen Taylor. This is part of a series of blogs written for weary gospel workers, see here for previous blogs. September is a big month for a student worker – filled with trepidation at everything to be done before term starts, and buckets of excitement. Showing new students it’sContinue reading “Refuge for Student Workers”
Tag Archives: Mental Health
Motivation for the term ahead for the weary gospel worker
After a summer of recovery and recuperation I was hoping I’d feel better for the start of term. The start has been slow, with many ups and downs and I’ve come to realise that among many things my surge capacity is depleted. I found this article by Tara Haelle incredibly helpful in helping me understandContinue reading “Motivation for the term ahead for the weary gospel worker”
This guest blog is by Peter Dray My friend Krish and his wife Miriam are foster parents. Krish tells of how, one day, the phone rang, requesting a placement. “Do you have space for a three-year-old?” they were asked. “Parents have gone AWOL. We don’t know much about him, but apparently he’s a biter. AreContinue reading “Kindness matters”
Contagion phobia or what?
This guest blog is by Steve Sturman a Neurologist specialising in Neurorehabilitation It used to be just unlucky people caught up in accidents, terrorist attacks or distant wars but things have changed. All the givens have been moved and now life is strange and different. How do we react? What does this all mean forContinue reading “Contagion phobia or what?”