Andrew Vass

Andrew Vass has been a teacher of history, guidance and enterprise in Edinburgh since 1980. He is also a part-time lecturer in counselling and self-help therapies, both keen interests for many years, and writes historical features for the Highland press. He has two grown-up sons and an extended family who are an extremely important part of his life. However, his main aim at the moment is to recover from writer’s cramp and make time for jogging!


b3822779294has quoted2 years ago
the only thing bad about death is what comes before it - fear’
Chrystynahas quotedlast year
When we go through a period of personal failure or a very upsetting time, we can either grow and develop through it or remain stuck in sad and depressing reactions
Chrystynahas quotedlast year
Start with ‘Me’ and write something about a problem you are facing at the moment and how it makes you feel. Then write down ‘C’ (for counsellor) and try to suggest any feelings you may have and what the effects of them might be
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