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Offline Paul Marvin

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Re: Caving and mental health
« Reply #50 on: June 19, 2021, 06:19:32 pm »
It certainly helps me to switch of from running my business and puts a smile on my face caves, mines , cave and mine diving love them all   :thumbsup:
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Offline Paul Marvin

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Re: Caving and mental health
« Reply #51 on: June 19, 2021, 06:24:21 pm »
I wasn't really going to post anything here but now feel I aught.
I think if a person freely admits that they have a problem then they are half way towards solving it. The experience of going underground in my opinion can be very therapeutic, taking a persons mind off personal problems etc.
The person to beware of is the person who has a problem but cannot see this.
I am unfortunately talking from personal experience.

Case in mind a person who for some reason if given an instruction, even something safety related, has an irresistible compulsion to do exactly the opposite or something different.

Just be careful.

Roy as always VERY true there are to many people that won't seek help or just not face up to things, and I find men especially to coin a horrible phrase are  far to often told to " man up a bit " 
I dont know where I am going, but will know where I am when I get there.

 

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