Memories, like the corners of my mind


I love the Facebook memories function. I enjoy looking back at them; most of the time they are a good laugh. One day last week, some memories popped up that threw me back to what was a very dark time, and I suddenly realised how far I've come. When we moved back to Ireland in …

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The too-long Facebook status update on why I’m not writing a Good Friday blog post…


This started out by me updating my Facebook status saying 'I don't think I have a Good Friday post in me today. #heavyheart and all that.' Then I kept typing... 'Reading my Good Friday post from last Easter it feels like it was written by someone else. It's like I'm a different person from who I …

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Looking back… moving on


I'm using journals from a time when I was having counselling, as research for a book I'm writing about... a girl having counselling. As I've gone through them I've been disappointed with myself, because I'm still struggling with a lot of the same stuff. The journals were only for me, my counsellor didn't insist on …

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