We always think of someone being lonely because they are physically on their own and those reasons could be down to: Living alone Children have left home ’empty nest’ or you are the first amongst friends to have a child A relationship has ended Contact has been lost with friends or family Been in a […]Read more…
When I started to write this, I envisaged my readers hoping for a story along the lines of Buffy the Vampire Slayer coming in to do her deed and getting rid of the demons inside our head.
Unfortunately, there is no Sarah Michelle Gellar AND there are no actual slaying of vampires or demons.
Walk into any room full of people and we all judge.
It’s human nature and we all make judgments every day.
Never have we talked more about the impact our mental health has on us.
The pandemic has bought it closer to home and we are seeing and hearing sports men and women putting their well-being and mental health first.
The first thing I hear you say is – 25 years!
Could vulnerability actually be my best friend?
Go back 5 years and my thought process would tell me: “I’m not good enough “I can’t do this!