Imagine sitting in your house staring at a dark grey wall, feeling empty with this sensation that your first-ever love has just left you; similar to a dull toothache, but drifting through your whole body.
Is it me or is everyone leaving Spain? I have had so many enquiries over the last few months regarding long term kennelling and quite a few horror stories also.
We all lose control from time to time. What is it that can provoke extreme disappointment, panic or anger within you – emotions that get the better of you?
Between the bird-flu hype and the hype of the so-called swine flu there was increased coverage about dementia and the necessity of early diagnosis in the media.
For years my husband would pull his face, thinking I was mad when I would say I needed a really good laugh, until we both ended up on the same course, and we had to identify the needs that were important to us.
Symptoms are a dry cough and a high fever, plus headaches and general malaise, with aches and pains (more than normal!) and lack of appetite. But, if you do not have a fever, you do not have the flu!
…And the good news is that you are 700 times more likely never to reach a hospital after a heart attack than dying of swine flu once you have contracted it.
Last month we talked about being positive through the recession, recognising our challenges and facing up to them. I have decided this month to take this one step further and look at how our thought processes can improve our results.