Sunsets Over Suburbia

Sunsets Over Suburbia

Part One At the start of April this year, I go insane. A series of meltdowns and manic episodes land me back in the psychologists office for the third time in my twenty five years. When I walk out an hour later, I am grappling with a new diagnosis and a subsequent new...
A Glimpse of Heaven

A Glimpse of Heaven

This is the story of the time God spoke to me on my balcony… It was coming towards the end of a Wellbeing Day that I had to re-connect and focus my intentions after a busy couple of weeks. I had been feeling extremely connected to the Universe all day, every step I...

An Act of Rebellion

I know I have a dark side. There is a part of me that is: selfish self-centred egotistical needy lazy spiteful boring petty jealous controlling insecure judgemental irrational and insane There are times when I have allowed one or all of the above character traits to...
When the Clouds Roll in

When the Clouds Roll in

I want to give a massive shoutout to the amazing Sophie Hardcastle and her book Running Like China which inspired this post. In the book, Soph suggests writing a letter to your future self to read during relapses. So when darkness roars across the sky and you want to...
Sacred Anger

Sacred Anger

I used to be incredibly volatile. As a teenager I would have random outbursts. I oscillated between unbearable sadness and uncontrollable rage. I went from being on the verge of tears to searing hot flashes of anger in a heartbeat. I was a tsunami of destruction,...

My Body and Me; A Love Story

There was a time when I thought I would never write this post. The battle against my body seemed to be the one mountain I would never climb. I would go around in circles, coming up against the same obstacles; bingeing, emotional eating, restrictive dieting and hating...