When firefighters head inside burning buildings, they always do it in twos. Mark Schofield, a veteran fireman from Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, has been doing this for years, and it’s about as close to a medieval conception of Hell as any of us will ever experience.Continue reading “‘Everything spiralled out of control’ – a firefighter’s story of being saved from PTSD”
Animation to help with self regulation – acb
Create a coherent state in about a minute with the simple, but powerful steps of the Quick Coherence® Technique. Using the power of your heart to balance thoughts and emotions, you can achieve energy, mental clarity and feel better fast anywhere. Use Quick Coherence especially when you begin feeling a draining emotion such as frustration, irritation, anxiety or anger. Find a feeling of ease and inner harmony that’s reflected in more balanced heart rhythms, facilitating brain function and more access to higher intelligence. Continue reading “Quick Coherence® Technique”
Trauma specialist Ginny Dobson left her home on the Isle of Portland in Devon to spend almost one year helping Yezidi women who had escaped from Daesh in Iraq.
UK aid supported her work through the UN Women’s UN Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women, which supports the Free Yezidi Foundation.