Blog entries by Quilp

Dear Simon I have made a decision, and one which I am sure will meet with your approval. I am to make that journey – on HMS PACE no less, making...
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Try as I might and that is often, I always seem to miss. An outstretched hand that never quite reaches its target, as life passes me by again. I...
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I have said ‘’no thank you’’ more times than anyone could remember. I do not know why I said yes on this occasion. To be invited out by someone I...
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One roll of Sir Wessely wallpaper. Very simply you wake up each morning and there he is, staring right back at you. Your very own therapist for...
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You meet them in the most obvious of places, and yet it never crosses your mind ( after over twenty one years anyway ) that you might meet anyone...
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Reflecting on what is happening to me isn't easy. I hear of people telling me that there are far worse things that happen in life to other people...
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Turn off radio 4 after hearing Esther Crawley. A serious life threatening illness reduced to treatment via skype. The woman needs help...... Sit...
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Judge Solomon : Next. Can we have the defending counsel Bill Bribery representing Sir Simon Perjury against prosecuting counsel Quilp representing...
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I lost the twenty pound note in my pocket, the one that I had opened, closed, opened again, folded and creased. I couldn’t leave anything to...
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I have always been the same; the phone rings and I have I answer it. Although rapid over six yards, the result is rarely pretty. A grown man...
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It’s a feeling that comes from nowhere, but washes over you like a tsunami. The reality that I might have to live like this for the rest of my...
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‘’Bejesus Mary, there’s a shaggy Himalayan Yeti making his way down your garden path.’’ That is Mrs Parker my neighbour, belting out her concerns...
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Recent advances in CBT have led to a remarkable series of stories from those whose life has changed. We hear from one gentleman who talks about...
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Perhaps it’s the one question most of us would like answered - Does God exist ? Sir Isaac Newton spent ten years locked away in his house...
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It was 2002, all asleep, and I awake, that I decided it was time. I cannot tell you how long that feeling lasted, but it was characterised by an...
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Lost in translation   I cannot let it go, even after more than two years….. A doctor, appointed to come and assess my medical condition said I...
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  Finding myself in the unexpected company of two Neanderthals I assumed that the ‘’what do you do for a living ?’’ was unlikely to be thrown in...
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