Grief for the living

Grief for the living

We associate grief with the sadness which follows death, the loss and the ache of mourning and life without the ones we love. But those things can also come without death. We see people grieving for the loss of their loved ones when conditions like Alzheimers have...

read more
7 tips for school transition when your child has SEND

7 tips for school transition when your child has SEND

Transition periods are always tricky regardless of who or what is involved but school transition comes with a whole host of extra emotions particularly when your child has additional needs and / or is unable to talk to you about their experience. I found myself in...

read more
Loving Ethan ~ I’ve changed beyond recognition

Loving Ethan ~ I’ve changed beyond recognition

Thanks for agreeing to be interviewed. Could you please share your name and where in the country you are from? I'm Geraldine from the land of the tribes , beautiful Galway city ! Would you mind sharing the moment that your life changed forever? Moments throughout all...

read more
15 blessings in becoming an Auntie

15 blessings in becoming an Auntie

There is a ten-year age gap between myself and sister so although I doted on her when she was first born and through the early years, we saw less of each other as I went through my twenties. Over the last five years or so we have rekindled the bond we shared in the...

read more
Maternal Mental Health ~ Signs, Stigma & Solutions

Maternal Mental Health ~ Signs, Stigma & Solutions

I recently wrote about my own maternal mental health views as part of Maternal Mental Health awareness week. For this blog, I want to share just a brief summary of other mothers experiences in response to three specific questions that I asked them. 1) What were the...

read more
Maternal mental health – the silent struggle

Maternal mental health – the silent struggle

The Maternal Mental Health Alliance reports that more than 1 in 10 women develop a mental illness during pregnancy or during the first year after having a baby. For this reason, they refer to maternal mental health as perinatal mental health (to include the duration...

read more
To the special needs teachers of my son

To the special needs teachers of my son

I didn't want to send Harry to a special school. I wanted him in mainstream with his twin brother doing all the things that other siblings were doing together. I wanted him to have loads of friends and memories to treasure forever. I wanted him to know that anything...

read more
7 aspects of life after divorce

7 aspects of life after divorce

Moving on with life after divorce can be a real struggle. Even where marriages have been oppressive, controlling and abusive, adjusting to a new way of living without those aspects can feel strange at times. I had only been married for 3 years when I decided to leave...

read more

Download chapter one of the best selling book here, for free,
and never miss another update on the crazy fun we call life!   SIGN ME UP!!


Follow by Email
Facebook
Facebook
YouTube
Instagram