Archive for February, 2012

I see today that there are more shocking stories of phone hacking and corruption coming to light in the Leveson Enquiry and it struck me that when looking at mass cultural phenomenon such as the phone hacking scandal it’s easy to be absorbed in the swim of the minutiae and detail of public reaction. If …






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Read my blog at Khiron House and see why ‘shame’ is applied to the consequences of addictive behaviours.   Benjamin Fry works across a range of services and media using personal, professional and scientific expertise to help people to a baggage-free life.  A published author, and a past columnist for The Times and Psychologies magazine, Benjamin is …






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What went wrong with Whitney? I was invited to record a live interview for Channel 5 today commenting on the sad demise of Whitney Houston and particularly her destructive addiction and relationship with Bobby Brown. Inevitably the focus fell somewhat on celebrity culture and I found myself reminded about how mental health is the great …






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The news that stood out for me today was how despite the old saying ‘it’s grim up north’ surveys show that 9 out of 10 of the unhappiest towns are down south! http://ow.ly/93FYA Let’s explore… It’s interesting to note that in the wealth distribution of the country most of the wealth is concentrated largely in …






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I read in the Mirror yesterday that Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe started drinking too much because he wanted to be like Richard Harris… Let’s look at it from a psychological point of view.   The life of an actor is very fragmented as they are required to take on many different identities and sometimes …






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Visit my blog article at Khiron House to find out why it is often so painful and so difficult for fathers to be separated from their children.   Benjamin Fry works across a range of services and media using personal, professional and scientific expertise to help people to a baggage-free life.  A published author, and …






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