Feelings of isolation

Feelings of isolation isn’t just us feeling physically isolated. We can have people around us and still feel emotionally isolated.

But however, or why you’re feeling isolated, it is important you understand why. Think about what is causing you to have feelings of isolation. Is it something in your past, is something happening around you …

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30 Aug, 2019

Building Trust

Growing up, trust wasn’t something I was a privy to. A unique bond between a parent and child that I could only dream of.

The relationship if handled appropriately and correctly by a parent, will lay the foundations for that child, allowing them to develop their personality and overall behaviour. I wanted and needed to …

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29 Aug, 2019

Setting a positive tone

Every day we set the tone through our words, actions and energy. Our tone is either the making or breaking of us, it’s important we think about that.

But what we say, how we behave, the energy we bring into our relationships, into each situation and interaction are the required tools moving us towards each desired outcome. We have the opportunity to …

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28 Aug, 2019


Denialism as it’s called, is an irrational action that withholds the validation of an experience or event, past or present, where a person refuses to accept their verifiable reality by means of observation or experience.

No matter my difficulties I have never denied my realities. I have and continue to tackle my difficulties head on and am truthful about what those are and what I have to deal with. Each blog I write, outlines …

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25 Aug, 2019

Meat Proteins & Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a condition usually associated with ageing in which bone density decreases, making us more susceptible to breaks and fractures.

Researchers from Cornell University have found that reducing the amount of meat in the diet may do more to reduce the risk of osteoporosis than increasing calcium intake. A series of studies conclude that …

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24 Aug, 2019

Dealing with being different

Growing up with a disability I didn’t know I had, meant I was different. Dealing with being different, wasn’t easy. With skirts on, you could physically see I was different, how I mentally and emotionally presented also made me different.

But through my blog, years on being different has brought about a source of connection and belonging and that’s changed having incorrect assessments made of me, based on my disability and lack …

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22 Aug, 2019