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Professor Michael Dougan on the EU Referendum Debate

This may seem like an unusual post for a counselling service. However, this is a huge decision that will impact all our lives for many years to come, and the lives of those yet to come. Like Michael, we have┬áserious … Continue reading

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Lessons from life undercover – AJ+

‘Everybody believes they are the good guy….the only real way to disarm your enemy is to listen to them….as long as your enemy is a sub-human psychopath, that is going to attack you no matter what you do, this never … Continue reading

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