Ten years ago last week, a bomb went off in a parked Vauxhall car on Market Street in Omagh, a market town with a population of 22,000 in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. It killed 29 people, as well as two unborn babies, and injured many others. In the immediate aftermath of the bombing, the Sperrin Read more…

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I’ve been thinking more about our brains as two separate creatures who think and operate in very different ways, as described in Jill Bolte-Taylor’s recent book, A Stroke of Insight. Long before I heard of this idea, I noticed a strange phenomenon – at times when I was most depressed, or disjointed, I felt like Read more…

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