Monthly Archives: January 2015

Looking Up

This week has been filled with sporadic episodes of good news. The lift that this gives you internally is beneficial and progresses on to making more good news and lifting your mood. I’ve started something that I should have done … Continue reading

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Suicide From Stigma

Originally posted on Social Health:
“Nothing in my life has ever made me want to commit suicide more than people’s reaction to my trying to commit suicide.” ― Emilie Autumn The stigma surrounding mental illness contributes to the risk of…

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Why Sleeping Naked Is Good For You

As well as a recent survey showing the average person in the UK keeps their sleepwear for men was 13 days and for women 17 days before washing, which not only collects all your dead skin cells, but is a … Continue reading

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Finding the courage to enjoy social nudity

Originally posted on Naturist Philosopher:
Our society in the U. S., as in most other counties, is generally quite hostile to open nudity. It’s considered OK for a person to be naked in a few limited circumstances, and even to…

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Naked Village Blogger

Here’s someone I know through naturism. She is a fantastic advert for naturism and works hard in a number of channels to promote and encourage other people to try it out in comfort, or ladies only days. Well done Emma … Continue reading

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People may hate you for being different

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Does anybody know?

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