To my husband on our anniversary The vows I never read out on our wedding day. They were far too long, and anyone who knows me knows that I could go on for hours writing, rambling and repeating myself when deep in thought. The original vows below prove my point! Although the vows that I… Continue reading The vows I never shared on our wedding day.
Stop what you're doing and show your support to a movement worth moving for! We recently came across a page that had absolutely blown us away! I have tried to write about this for a while now but I haven't been able to find the right words to best describe what this movement is or… Continue reading A movement to be moved by
My ultimate goal is to be at peace with myself, to eliminate toxic feelings and elements from my life. To unlearn negative and harmful practices and thought patterns, stop checking for people that do not check for me. To create a space for myself that is nurturing for growth so that I may generate loving… Continue reading From me to you
I saw an article the other day by Laura Mazza and a line in that article said "depression is a messy house, anxiety is a clean one". That line struck a cord for me because it perfectly summed up where I am at this point in my life. I didn’t realise how quickly I was… Continue reading Motherhood: when the mental load finally takes over
This post was written by Laura Mazza also known as the blogger named "the mum on the run" you can find Laura on her social media pages at Facebook or her website If you want to help someone with depression when they are in one of their lows or bad depressive episodes - you can.… Continue reading Want to help someone with depression? Pretend they have the flu.
I have made so many mistakes in my life. I have been unkind to people & I have done things that I regret and am not proud of. I own that completely. For the most part I have tried to make amends and apologize for my actions. I have felt guilt over situations that were… Continue reading To those who have bullied me into the woman I am today
You told me that I wasn’t good enough. No one would love me and that I’m lucky that I have you. I would be dead without you and even my mother agreed. You were thirty-three, I was seventeen. I was nieave, I was vulnerable, I was mentally unwell. I was only recently discharged from the… Continue reading When the fear of staying is greater than the fear of leaving