Carers Week 8-14 June 2020

Being a carer comes in many forms. Some individuals wouldn’t even consider themselves a carer. In essence, if you provide support for someone who cannot otherwise cope – you are a carer, irrespective of whether it is ongoing, ad-hoc, or recovery from an injury/illness/addiction etc – it is care. Care that someone is providing for... Continue Reading →

Stockholm Syndrome…

Whenever I feel a bit overwhelmed mental health wise, I have over the years learnt to adopt many distraction tactics and mindfulness activities. I woke up this morning feeling a bit blurgh; yet another day of lockdown restrictions, another day of what is becoming my/our ‘new normal’, which is something that I DO NOT want... Continue Reading →

They see me rollin’…

  Hannah has wheels. Hannah has a horn. Hannah has front and rear suspension, and she is coming for you at 4 mph. I wouldn’t say that the purchase of my mobility scooter has been 7 years in the making, far from it, but definitely the last 2 or so. The absolute reluctance of owning... Continue Reading →

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