poetry, relationships

Love Infinitude

A dedication to my husband as we walk through Nunhead Cemetery

Life

Brittany Murphy: Her Death Still Haunts

Was she the subject of abuse by a narcissistic criminal? A gifted soul ruined by Hollywood and then slowly drained by lies and control?

health and wellbeing, Life

Disabled? You’re A Unique Fighter!

I've written this article to encourage people with any physical disability to realise they are certainly not abnormal or socially taboo and can gain self-acceptance.

health and wellbeing, mental health

The Struggle Is Too Real

Some relationships are impossible. Really impossible. Not with spouses, partners, friends or family. That eternal relationship with yourself. Born this way, made that way, social construction or simply a major malfunction. Feels like the latter.

Life, mental health, relationships

Simple and Clean by Hikaru Utada: What A Beautiful Trigger!

Music can have such a profound effect on you

health and wellbeing, mental health

Us Chronics Still Need To Be Asked If We’re Okay

"How are you?". Three words everyone needs to hear that are just as important as "I love you".

poetry

If I Was

A poem about caring inspired by listening to The Lemonheads

Life

Edinburgh Every Saturday

Exploring wonderful Edinburgh as a 90s fashion unconscious teen

health and wellbeing, mental health

My Heart Is A Failure But I Am Not

People experiencing pain and suffering should praise their achievements no matter how seemingly insignificant

mental health, poetry

Personal Best by Richard Charles Stevens

Broken, Yes, But not beyond repair ~ A Poem By Richard Charles Stevens