Sometimes, the smallest of steps bring the biggest of triumphs & that is certainly how it felt last April 2018. Picking up the phone was easy, admitting I felt mentally unstable & a danger to myself was hard. I'd been to my local doctor the previous day, i walked in the treatment room forcing a … Continue reading Mental health awareness week: My experience with Inclusion Matters, Wirral.
Meet Horatio Gates Spafford. Haratio was a prominent American lawyer and Presbyterian Church elder. He is also someone i like to refer to as a “Modern day Job” For those of you not familiar with the story Job, Job was a man of God. He had everything- land, live stock, a good family and was … Continue reading Why does God allow bad things to happen? Hope amongst the wreckage.
Before I was a Mother, I dreamt of being a Mother. Every Toy I had growing up would be centred around mothering something. I remember telling my group of girlfriends in school id be the first one out the group to be a Mother! It turns out I wasn't & I still had a long … Continue reading Stop the Mum shaming…Right Now.
Fortnite. The one thing Mother's dread...Fathers love and Children adore! I've always been quite over protective of my children, I had PNA (post natal anxiety) which i don't think I've ever quite recovered from but learnt to deal with over the years. This meant my oldest child, Oliver, has always lived quite a sheltered life, … Continue reading Why I allow my 6 year old son to play Fortnite 🙃
8 things to know if you're dating someone from Wirral. Browsing through Facebook before I saw a post by the Liverpool Echo titled The 10 things you know if you're dating a scouser After finishing the article, it inspired me to do my own version for all us Wirral Wools. Purely tongue and cheek....😏 If … Continue reading 8 things to know if you’re dating someone from Wirral.
Relationships can be hard at the best of times, they take time, dedication, understanding, sprinkled with a hell of a lot of patiences! But in a world where you can filter out the bad times and only show the highlight reel, some can become a place of control, torture and abuse where no one really … Continue reading A different perspective – Leaving an abusive relationship.
On the 16th of November 2009, Mia Austins world was about to change dramatically. Oblivious as what was about to happen, she had gone about her day no different to any other, work followed by gym and then home. While at the gym, Mia started to feel unwell leaving earlier than normal. Overcome by a … Continue reading Locked in Syndrome – An interview with a stroke survivor