Friday, 24 March 2017

Words Hurt.


We have all said something that we really didn't mean in the hear of the moment and most of will apologise and recognise we were wrong in what we said. Sadly, when it comes to mental health, many people still have a terrible attitude towards it.

Wednesday, 22 March 2017

James and the Amazing Gift





My children are little bookworms and I am honestly over the moon that they love to read so much!! It's even better when the story is as lovely as James and the Amazing Gift,

Sunday, 12 March 2017

Living With PMDD - Kerry's Story



Today, I am sharing another guest post, written by the wonderful Kerry.  It is important to share these experiences with you as it could just help you or someone else you know. Here is Kerry's story.

Monday, 6 March 2017

The Wedding Girls




Bethnal Green, London, 1936. I love books that are set in the past and having read Kate Thompson's first book, Secrets of the Singer Girls, I was really excited to read her latest offering, The Wedding Girls.

Sunday, 5 March 2017

Bipolar


Yet again, my favourite programme, Casualty, has used their platform to educate people about mental health, and other important issues, but this week we see the character David, flush away his medication believing he is better.  David lives with Bipolar.

Saturday, 11 February 2017

TV Programmes and the Important Role They Play.


We all love to settle down in front of our TV with a cuppa ready to relax for a while. Let's be honest, we all have a favourite show we like to tune into for the latest instalment, I know I do every Saturday. Yes, they may just be soaps or a drama but these shows are also used to raise awareness of important issues.

Friday, 3 February 2017

I Live With PMDD - Guest Post




As you have read from my previous posts, I live with a rubbish condition that sucks the fun out of my life for a few weeks of the month.  Many people may never have heard of it as they say it's rare, yet I am not so sure about that.  Here is one woman's experience with PMDD and the affect it has on her life.