Aww that's too bad. You have so many good things to say. I'm sure your postings help a lot of people who don't feel inclined to (or can't) get therapy or just want to learn. My blessing for you:
May you always feel the freedom to express yourself and find the courage to use your voice without penalty. Being silenced (or silencing ourselves) is probably one of the most de-humanizing experience a person can have. Silence has it's moments but it is not always integrity. I have learned keeping a dignified silence is very necessary at times but can also be mis-used and is counter-productive to promote unity and peace.
Thank you for your work!
Dr. Colm O'Connor is a Cork Psychologist. You can find more articles by Dr. O'Connor in the Evening Echo every Wednesday.