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.
I've always had this 'Love/Hate' relationship with my nose. It wasn't until high school & someone made a passing comment and all of a sudden the thing on my face that I never really took much notice of, that helped me breathe, that every human being has... became this massive burden (quite literally) and reason … Continue reading Me, My Nose & I.
Every year begins the same! New year, new me! We set our resolutions and restrictions, health kicks and new diet regimes. Realistically we know within the first 30 days the band wagon wheel will well and truly break off and off we roll into old habits, but for some people, these new rules become more … Continue reading Interview with an eating disorder survivor.
Since I can remember society has pushed their "perfect" body image on us, ironically with its ever-changing ideals of what "perfect" is. I have heard: You can't be thin. You can't be fat. Size 0 is acceptable. Size 0 is not acceptable. Make sure you have junk in that trunk. Big bums aren't attractive. Big … Continue reading When society tells you you’re not beautiful
**Disclaimer- this is based on my own personal experience, which will differ from each individual person & is a subjective truth based on my own personal experiences** When i first fell pregnant at the age of 25, I felt prepared. Me & Andrew had been together just over a year and were now living together … Continue reading The 10 Truths about becoming a new Mummy.