Altogether a fascinating expose into the tortured conflicted mind of a punk rocker who deep down cares.
Book of the week an ode to Boy 11963
Such an important read to enable us to remember the enduring legacy of pain that has been inflicted on elder generations in ireland.
Book of the week – Michael Harding’s chest Pain
Harding had a heart attack, received a stent and has vowed from that day to give thanks. To sing gratitude to the world. To the doctors and nurses. To the paramedics who got to him within 9 minutes of dialling 999.
Book of the Week – The best is yet to come
the best is yet to comeAlan O’Mara Hachette books This is not just a book about someone suffering from depression. In reality that term, whilst perfectly reflecting the hopelessness of having depression, makes it harder for people to admit to being afflicted with a mental illness. The existence of books like this from people like … Continue reading Book of the Week – The best is yet to come
Book of the Week: Win
Win Proven strategies for success in sport, life and mental health Brent Pope and Jason Brennan Hachette Books And so it’s said, think positive and positive results will happen. If that glass is half full it will serve you better then bring half empty. Mindfulness and visualization are the current terms for it. We used … Continue reading Book of the Week: Win
Book Of The Week: Me and my mate Jeffrey by Niall Breslin
Me and my mate Jeffrey Niall Breslin Hachette books So anyone that has the following lines in their book is going to get my support “It is frustrating to the core when politics and economics are prioritized ahead of human development. So often in a capitalist society economics comes first, humanity comes second”. Better still … Continue reading Book Of The Week: Me and my mate Jeffrey by Niall Breslin