What can I do to help? It’s our instinctive response when you see someone suffering. It’s a gesture of solidarity – even if all you can do is put the kettle on and make a cup of tea. And it’s not only the experiences of family members and friends that can ignite this gut-wrenching urge to help. Which is what I’m experiencing at the moment…

How honest should your out of office be?   (A lesson from Alan Partridge)

First, let’s release an elephant into the room – I don’t get Alan Partridge (don’t hate me). In the interests of self-defence, I’m not going to be humble – I think I have a pretty awesome sense of humour. Look, it really isn’t difficult to make me chuckle. I guffaw a lot. I cry with…Continue Reading “How honest should your out of office be? (A lesson from Alan Partridge)”