Five steps to dealing with Brexit grief

Whenever we lose something important to us (a job, an object, someone we love) we experience grief. In general this comes in five stages. First there is denial, then anger over what Continue Reading →

Meet with Triumph and Disaster, And treat those two impostors just the same

Whichever way the vote has gone, about half the country will have woken up this morning to find that they have “lost”, while the other half thinks that they have “won”. Half will now be Continue Reading →

Finding the opportunities in the refugee crisis

As thousands more refugees continue to enter and walk across Europe so the crisis deepens. But a crisis often contains an opportunity. It was the petri dishes that ‘failed’ which Continue Reading →