Monthly Archives: August 2016

Rowing mostly to be alone. Panic.

Volunteering at Jericho Sailing Centre has brought me in to contact with dozens of people who, it seems, get as much from the social contacts related to their on-the-water activities as the activities themselves. Sounds reasonable I assume. Not me. … Continue reading

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Praise

I’ve mentioned seafirechronicles.com at least once before, a guy named Fred Bailey, whose comments on depression/anxiety/whatever reflect my own experience in so many ways that I think he is worth checking out. Besides, he writes well. And takes great photographs. … Continue reading

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A fellow sufferer Seafire Chronicles

This guy, Fred Bailey by name, has an excellent description of what I go through when things are rough; https://seafirechronicles.com/2016/08/04/a-prescription-and-an-eagles-graveyard/ I try leaving comments on his blog but either I’m an idiot and can’t open this or that bit of … Continue reading

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