Well-Being

Feeling Inadequate

Well, it has been a while, yet again I’ve had very little motivation to even sit down and write for the past week. I started this blog in the hope I’d help or inspire someone else in a similar situation. But I also did it for myself, and I’ve had nothing useful to share. It’s been a hard couple of weeks, not for any...

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Family After Children

Now, this post may get me in trouble, but it’s only really about a specific set of people that are on my side of the family. I’ve refrained from writing about this topic for some time. Partly because I know that some of them may read this and I have no way of knowing and people who know them read my blog. But I...

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Making New Memories

Well, I’ve not attempted to write a post for a week. I’ve wanted to want too, but I had no direction and I didn’t want to put something out for you to read that I wasn’t proud of. But I’m here now, attempting to write something. As you know if you’ve read my last post that I’ll link you for below that both of...

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How People Like To “Fill Space”

I say this a lot in my life, “why do people feel the need to fill space?” We all do this, I’ve been consciously been making an effort for the past year not too. When people open up and talk about their lives we feel this need to comment. A general comment is expected, of course, that is what a conversation is. But we...

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Postnatal Depression – Was That Me?

Postnatal depression is a bit of a taboo subject and definitely not talked about enough. There’s this stigma attached to postnatal depression that means as a mother you are incapable or dangerous. I’m not going to sugarcoat it, some mothers who get to a really bad place can be a danger to themselves or their children. We’ve seen it in the news before about...

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