Craniosacral therapy. What it is and how it helped us

The early months of my boys’ lives were tricky for us all. They had arrived eight weeks prematurely which brought its own issues and concerns. Harry had been born with a rare syndrome which meant that feeding him was a challenge and I was struggling to get my head...

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Postnatal depression symptoms and support

I was never formally diagnosed with postnatal depression but the signs were there. My twins were born 8 weeks prematurely by emergency c-section rather than the natural delivery I had planned and they had to spend their first 6 weeks in special care. Twin two, Harry,...

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To the person who feels its ok to stare. Truth bomb time.

From the start of this I am going to say that being a little taken a back when you see something that you’re not expecting is normal. It is in fact, physiologically impossible to avoid as the neurons in your brain are disrupted slightly when they receive information...

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To lip kiss or not to lip kiss? – That is the question

Recently, a video went viral of a young man showing his new tattoo to his brother who has Downs Syndrome. The tattoo was of his brothers face and the joy in the younger brothers face as he recognises it is just wonderful. They hug and there is a brief kiss between the...

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7 signs that I was struggling with anxiety

If you met me, you would probably never think that I was someone who had struggled with depression. Not the kind of person that you would ever find battling with anxiety. But I am. In 2011, years of suppressed guilt and grief after a shock diagnosis for one of my...

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Are you a hinch-aholic?

You will have already read about my addiction with Mrs Hinch over on Instagram! I know that many of my friends and family also follow her and her recent growth in popularity has been phenomenal! So today, I thought I would find out who else is addicted to the cleaning...

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4 reasons for the rise of Mrs Hinch

My friends and family will tell you that while I am a fairly organised person, my home (and workplace) has always been organised chaos. I always knew where everything was but to the untrained eye, it looked as though I was a clutter hoarder. Every now and then I would...

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Even on a bad day, you’ve got this!

Hey you, Sometimes you smile but I know that you are struggling inside. I know that the laughter is strained and the relaxed tone of your voice is forced but you need to know that you’ve got this. And it wont always feel this way. I hear you beating yourself up for...

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The frustrations of an invisible sibling

I have written before about the reasons why Oliver is the unsung hero of our story. As much as I try to divide my time equally its incredibly hard when one child does need more attention. Even when you are physically with the sibling, you're hyper aware that the other...

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