From an online pandemic support resource for Colorado healthcare workers.
We’re all in there somewhere.
A timely feature from The School Of Life. To wit:
Emotional maturity isn’t just something we can achieve in the good times. It’s a quality that can accompany us through the deepest crises. A key idea to keep in mind is that it isn’t chiefly what happens to us that affects our lives, it’s how we learn to think about what has happened – and that, fortunately, is very much within our control.
Previously: All Together Now
‘Liking Isn’t Helping’ – a powerful ad campaign for Crisis Relief Singapore mocking the guilt-assuaging cult of the Facebook ‘Like’ and suggesting that people who really care should volunteer to help instead.
The thumbs in these genuine press images of pain and loss are thankfully ‘shopped in.
In the five years since its invention, the unregulated currency has risen in value from $0.14 to over $100, due largely to financial crises in Cyprus and elsewhere.
For those who don’t know what it’s all about, here’s what it’s all about.
The leader of one of Greece’s coalition parties says he cannot vote for the bailout deal
— Paul Cunningham (@RTENewsPaulC) February 10, 2012