Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Kindle Effect

It’s something that I’ve always found curious about being on the bike – the further I ride, the smoother the cadence, the faster I go without appearing to make any extra effort.  It’s as if a momentum builds up and carries … Continue reading

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And so on

Ever since I was diagnosed with depression in March 2001 and started on my ride across the cobblestones of my mind, I have found my greatest source of acceptance, empathy and understanding from fellow members of support groups, as well as … Continue reading

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‘This is the winter of our discontent…’

Those famous words are the preamble to the self – pitying plea by Richard the Third in Shakespeare’s play of the same name.  Readers in the southern hemisphere please excuse the seasonal reference.  Some of you may prefer to read … Continue reading

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