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Chicken Soup Sundays

HomeIn the 90s when I was a teenager, a publishing company started a brand called “Chicken Soup for the Soul”. There are a lot of these books aimed at¬†different self development issues and age ranges. They are series, consisting of inspirational, true stories about ordinary people’s lives.

Chicken Soup Sundays are going to my reflections. Everything from where I am as a practitioner to the effects of my work on my day to day¬†life. Since leaving frontline social work, I haven’t given myself much opportunity foe self reflection, mostly because I didn’t think it would be relevant as I sit behind a desk these days. However, in the last few weeks I have noticed that the work I am doing now, the new systems of which I find myself apart and the information I have to review are having a massive impact on my mental health and I am having to seek outside help. I think having this space will help me process information, reflection on my responses to my circumstances and ultimately make me a better practitioner.

Hopefully you all will be able to learn from my mistakes and contribute some of your own coping techniques. I look forward to sharing my journey.

Image from Chicken Soup for the soul website. Click on picture for website.

 
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Posted by on October 26, 2014 in My Practice

 

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