Picture the scene. It’s two in the morning. Storm Francis is ‘blowing a hooley’ as they say. I am stood watching it. I had just had a weird dream which had included an ex-partner of mine. Not a recent one, but one from about 12 years ago. He’d come to see me in hospital and … Continue reading Breaking the Blockers
As we throw ourselves into August, I have to say it’s been an interesting couple of weeks for me. I’m taking a few weeks off of dating. I realised it wasn’t sparking joy so Marie Kondo style, I got rid. I have taken some learnings from it, as I endeavour to with all that I … Continue reading Tinder, Trauma and Tree Stumps
I actually wondered whether it would be grammatically okay to start this with the word ‘ergh’. For someone with an English degree, my grammar is really quite appalling (technically it’s English Literature so I can read really well...). Answer? No. It’s not even a word, which is unfortunate considering it sums up so easily how … Continue reading A Little Bit of Ergh.
I needed to write something as I have really struggled these last couple of weeks, and from what I have heard I am not the only one, even if we are all struggling for different reasons. My brain has been like Tigger. On speed. And then cocaine. (Can you tell I have zero concepts of … Continue reading Positively Anxious
Well, apparently, we are starting to see a light and the end of this locked down tunnel. I say apparently, seeing as things are opening back up and if social media is anything to go by, not a lot of people are bothering with social distancing anymore. I’m not judging you if you’ve indulged … Continue reading Learning in Lockdown
Well. Apparently we all upset 2020. I am not sure what we did to hurt you, but we are sorry and you can calm down now. We get it. I have written a blog post numerous times over the last two disastrous months and nothing I wrote was ever able to say what I wanted … Continue reading Sorry, 2020.
What a year it has been! It feels like it has been a very quick one – nearly over in the blink of an eye. Apparently, this is how it goes as you get older – each year running quicker and quicker. Not an overly comforting thought but I do think it reinforces the need … Continue reading And the clock struck 12
Last week I had a realisation. My father may well be an inspirational genius. My dad is a great human anyway, and highly intelligent. His ‘general knowledge’ (otherwise known as ‘crap you may only need if you attend a pub quiz or during a festive game of Trivial Pursuit’) is amazing and frankly, his ability … Continue reading The Assassins.
I got asked earlier today what today’s “Sunday sass” would be. Sunday sass is a little thing I do on social media based around all things mental health. I just drop a little info and run basically! In regards to Sunday sass, my reasonings for not having gotten one planned was that I have gone … Continue reading Out With The Old
....therapy. Of connection. Of self-awareness. Of looking after yourself. I like to be the one who has it together all the time. I like to help others. Sure, I go through the shit, but I sort it and then report back to you all afterwards in the hopes that I can help someone else. But … Continue reading The Importance Of…