3 reasons why I can forgive but not forget

3 reasons why I can forgive but not forget

As well as blogging, I share the day to day antics of my unique family and our altered life on social media. Recently, I posted on our facebook page about how hard it was not to be able to rush to Harry when he was having a meltdown at school because I was at work. I...
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...
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...
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...
The emotional conflict of letting my boy grow

The emotional conflict of letting my boy grow

This week I was explaining to one of the classes I teach what it means to be in ’emotional conflict’; to feel conflicted. Today, as I packed my sons suitcase for his week-long residential with school, I became the embodiment of that description. When I...
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