Why it’s important to share who you really are?

Introduction Your identity is who you see yourself as. It can sometimes develop because of what people tell you, you are in words or actions. As a schoolchild I was a survivor fighting the bullies. When I left school, I was a dancer, a clubber. In my twenties a career person. Later a Spouse and…

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Shelley Bridgman Blog Why we mustn't let acts of racism and hate speech directed at minorities go unchecked.

Why we mustn’t let acts of racism and hate speech directed at minorities go unchecked.

All English, all talented, all courageous, all deserve more respect, all deserve more gratitude for their service to English football and their contribution to society.  I recently posted about unconscious biases and showed that we all possess them and left unchallenged, they lead us to make unhealthy decisions both for us and others. Bringing these biases…

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