Pre-Menstrual Syndrome (or PMS for the uninitiated) can blind side you. One month you’re cruising along with no symptoms and then BAM! the next you’re feeling irritable, bloated, spotty and generally under the weather.
I don’t know about you I hear that quote used often, particularly in the current trouble and strife going on in the world. It’s even spawned a successful Korean drama with the same name and it got me thinking; by saying “it’s OK to not be OK” does that trivialise what mental health issues people are suffering with.
When your mind is weighed down with negative thoughts, life can seem so much harder to deal with. A cluttered mind, or Mind-Clutter as I like to call it, can really make things difficult to see clearly or as they are.
It’s all about the subtle but essential part of allowing all your desires to flow to you.
You never see a river flowing upstream to get to the sea and there’s a good reason for that. It’s all about ‘the path of least resistance’. Water in rivers finds the quickest path downhill (the path of least resistance) until it reaches its ‘goal’, the sea.
My response the the UK Government back app designed to make the streets safer for women and girls.
I am writing this blog post as a response to the UK Government backed app – Path Community – which is currently being trialled by 500 people, including Met Police Officers, in the London boroughs of Lambeth and Southwark.