Everyone has the Right to Freedom of thought
Regardless of the place in question, all of us have our own unique and individual thoughts and feelings. Although the expression of these may be restricted by laws put in place by local governments and authorities, we are free to think for ourselves as we see fit
Whether it be personal or something that addresses the collective society, our thoughts are guided by what we experience, and it is on us to act on it if we deem it necessary.
Hello, this is Simon Fleetwood, and it is a pleasure to have you here at Big Bear Information. I currently live in the West Midlands, where I work as a professional Yoga and Animal Flow instructor. I have always had an interest in the natural way of things, and grew up believing that all things work the way they do because that is how they should.
Contrary to that notion, however, I began to experience a paradigm shift in my perspective and outlook towards things such as mental health, sex, and interpersonal relationships. It was not that gradual a transition over time, though. It was about 8 years ago when my childhood friend, Pedro, passed on, and things have never been the same since.
I began to realise just how complex human lives have become, and how little each of us truly know each other. Pedro’s passing was a visceral experience for me, a turning point where I decided to be more open-minded and discuss those subjects that people may not be too confident to be vocal about.
Through this blog, I aim to vocalize the intricacies of sex, the human mind, and the human experience into bite-sized pieces for easy digestion. While I cannot be the perfect guru for personal growth, I would like to provide my readers with as much accurate advice and insight as I can for the things most of us struggle with but cannot talk about openly.