A lovely reader of this page just sent this article from last weekend's Weekend Australia through to me and it is SO GOOD. For those of you who have kids and are also working (or maybe studying, or trying to start your own business, or helping out at your kid's school, or taking care of… Continue reading Whoa, slow down – what are we all doing to ourselves????
With such a huge number of people living with a history of rape or sexual assault, it is astonishing that many services remain somewhat insensitive to the additional needs of these patient's obstetric or gynaecological care. Unfortunately, for many people undertaking routine sexual health checks, attending fertility clinics, having their antennal reviews or delivering their… Continue reading Feeling safe and secure during obstetric and gynaecological care
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It's true! Wonder Woman began in a psychology lab. You can check out the story here http://www.psychologicalscience.org/publications/observer/obsonline/wonder-womans-secret-roots-in-psychological-science.html#.WUOHd8ZL2CR Wonder Woman’s creator, William Moulton Marston, graduated from Harvard Law School in 1918 before going on to pursue a PhD in psychology. He completed his PhD in 1921, producing a dissertation focused on using psychophysiology methods to detect deception.… Continue reading Did you know about Wonder Woman’s secret link to Psychology?
Considering all of the terrible and sad stories that have recently peppered the news, I think this is the most wonderful thing I have seen in... well, almost forever. This gorgeous 22 month old girl wanted to make and carry her very own sign for a Women's March in North Carolina on the weekend. I… Continue reading Good news the future of womankind
I really appreciated this article which justifiably criticises the persistently abominable way in which violence and abuse (particularly against women and children) is portrayed in the media. The abuse of vulnerable people should never EVER be an opportunity for media clickbait and titillation. Until the media and our society takes this issue seriously, we are… Continue reading Violence and the media