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Invasive Madness

You may have noticed that there are times when I might break the odd bureaucratic rule or two.

In fact the odds are that I’m unlikely to stick to any rule if, quite frankly, it seems ridiculous. To a bureaucrat such behaviour no doubt seems damn right risky if not life threatening, to others I may come across as arrogant (not a safe trait for a doctor upon whose judgment your life may hang) but I suspect to most (especially regular viewers of my favourite TV program ‘Top Gear’) it seems like a simple exercise in common sense.

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Empty Glass?

I’ve always seen myself as a glass half full sort of person which is pretty useful because a lot of psychological therapies are based on enabling people to see the glass half full rather than half empty.

This optimistic world view enables threats to be seen as opportunities. However there is one aspect of my life where I’m most definitely a glass half empty sort of person when I try to find inspiration for writing these newsletters.

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