It’s 2018 and I am still getting to grips with my conditions while working on my goals and business. I try not to focus on the negativity and obstacles of being a wife, a mother of 4 or being away from my family while living with chronic conditions. Why? Because I realise very few … Continue reading Keep Moving, A Day At A Time (That’s all you can do!)
I want you to picture something and really take yourself to that place and when you can truly feel and understand it, come back to me with an appropriate response.
"Hey, how are you?" My automatic response is, "I'm ok." But I'm not okay and I haven't been been for some time. I've developed an irrational fear 😳 of engaging with others. I'm not a qualified mental health therapist (yet) and the things I discuss in my blogs are my own thoughts on what I … Continue reading I’m Okay…
When people speak about generosity, it's almost always about giving something tangible, it's not always thought of as something emotional or mental. When I think of generosity and what it means to me; I think of a person's time, love, support and friendship. You see... I ask (and expect) very little from people in general … Continue reading Generosity in Friendships
How often do you feel like you're on some emotional rollercoaster you can't get off long enough to catch your breath? The last 30 years of my life have felt this way and as my children grow older, technology becomes more advanced and social media is the way to stay connected, I feel myself losing … Continue reading Emotional Turbulence
One thing I never believed possible in my late 30's and early 40's was becoming afraid of life in general. I never imagined a life where I had to be selective in the activities I carried out during the day.In my early 30's I was a mum who pretty much mastered most of the things … Continue reading Getting Your Independence Back…
Everyone has a story. Some are more exciting than others, there are the heart-breaking ones and then there are those that inspire you. I wanted to tell a story about a vibrant young woman who became a recluse and nervous nelly. That would be me! I grew up in a somewhat dysfunctional home (many of … Continue reading My Journey So Far