"I can only be responsible for my own behaviour and character, either in relationship with others and / or when I am on my own." — Vernon Chalmers
- The journaling of personal experiences, interpretations, thoughts and events which had a significant influence on my personal decision-making, emotional and social well being.
- Overview of my 'left brain' academic education and training career and the journey / transition to a more 'right brain' creative education, training and development orientation.
- The publishing and sequential indexing of my own abusive relationship aftermath articles created during an 18-month trauma recovery period.
- Collecting and structuring of mental health, motivation and relationship resources for the research of human (relationship) behaviour (and psychopathology).
- Sharing of mental health, motivation and relationship resources with anyone requiring insight and / or assistance learning more about abuse, domestic violence and associated trauma.
- Foundation for my own interest, shared interest and continuous research in adult motivation, abuse, addiction and trauma-related recovery strategies.
Over the past 18 moths I have also created a substantial mental health, psychology and relationship resources list which I share with my readers. These are resources that I have read, studied and / or researched, either during my tertiary education, out of general interest or out of necessity for assisting me with a comprehensive understanding of human (relationship) behaviour (and contemporary psychopathology).
Ten years ago I made a formal transition from a mainly 'left-brain' analytical working / lecturing environment orientation to a predominantly more 'right-brain' creative / educational working environment orientation. I am still 'keeping my promise' for educating and training others (in photography / related research) when the demand and opportunities are there. Moving from left brain to right brain
Interested authors, life coaches, mental health practitioners / advocates, publishers and / or organisations are welcome to consider a no-cost promotion and publication of related international mental heath resources (new books / workbooks / articles / article URL links / media releases / statistics) on this website.