A big thank you to Matthew Mason on Twitter for allowing us to share a recent tweet, including an image he shared.  Matthew wrote: “I’m finding the ‘spiral of exhaustion’, which I learned recently from a GP a very helpful diagnostic tool with myself and people I serve. For me the big surprise, but the most helpful indicator (because I don’t tend to notice it) is the first loss, the loss of play.”

Note from Claire: “This is a great example of the power of offering a lens without teaching or explaining anything.  If you’ve just had an insight, you didn’t need an explanation. And if you haven’t, you can get on with your day! A lesson there in conversations because, as Maeterlink said – ‘once you have perceived, it will transform itself of its own accord.’

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