16. Dec, 2011 3 Comments
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Great deal of food for thought and doubtless for many familiarities, the Ebook is great but did you really wear those sunglasses with that hat?????
Thanks David. I did but it was after alcohol, and late teens
I was sent a link to your page and think your theory gives plenty of food for thought. For me, the biggest thing that stands out is the positivity – the knowledge that the going can get tough, but that being focused, having goals and breaking down the tough stuff into more manageable tasks seem a very sensible approach to life for everyone!
I’m really interested in social media, accessibility and the potential for new media in offering a voice and support for people with disabilities(I think I want to write my MA dissertation on a topic to do with this)so will trawl around your website some more!
p.s what was scuba diving like? I’ve always wanted to give it a go.
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