Chemistry, Love and Connection- My Interpretation

” It’s like this, one day you meet someone and for some inexplicable reason, you feel more connected to this stranger than anyone else”- Lang Leav I’ve seen a recent increase in social media “influencers” and “coaches”, sprouting their version of love. Chemistry. Relationships. Dating. Masculine and feminine energy. And the list goes on. ButContinue reading “Chemistry, Love and Connection- My Interpretation”

An Undeniable Love Story-The Truth of Love

So much has been written about love. There are books, movies, poems, quotes. There’s a whole industry focussed on selling love. Selling the fairytale. Selling opinions. Selling conditioned beliefs. Selling whatever people will buy. Whatever people will watch. Read. Listen to. Selling love like it’s some kind of commodity, and something people can search forContinue reading “An Undeniable Love Story-The Truth of Love”

If I Love You, I Will Promise You Nothing

I have been reflecting on my past relationships over the last few days. It’s been a reflective few months, with all the emotions I have felt. The grief of losing my mum and the joy of welcoming my granddaughter into the world. It’s been a lot, and it has catapulted me into this contemplative space—the raw emotionsContinue reading “If I Love You, I Will Promise You Nothing”

Finding Me: 14 Unparalleled Lessons I Learned from Being Alone

It was a hot January day, the kind of balmy summer days we wake up to in Australia. It started out like another ordinary day. Get up. Get ready. Go to work. But it wasn’t to be just an ordinary day, as this hot January day was the first day in 35 years that I wasContinue reading “Finding Me: 14 Unparalleled Lessons I Learned from Being Alone”

ADHD Awareness Month

October seems to be the month of awareness, with mental health and ADHD. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or Attention Deficit Disorder, once seen as a condition depicted by the stereotypical cheeky little boy, who cannot concentrate or sit still. The little boy who can be disruptive and struggle in school. The little boy who canContinue reading “ADHD Awareness Month”

October- Mental Health Awareness Month

With the recent R U Ok day behind us, we now enter into Mental Health Awareness month. It’s a great reminder to not only self reflect on our own mental health and well-being, but to also be conscious of the well-being and mental health of those around us. It’s great to see society making stridesContinue reading “October- Mental Health Awareness Month”

This is the Messy Me

My dad lost his dog last week. His 12 year old Labrador Winnie, which was my mums therapy dog. Truth be known Winnie was more my dads dog. He loved her immensely and she was a very important part of the family. When mum took ill many years ago and dad became her carer, WinnieContinue reading “This is the Messy Me”

A Guide to Support those Suffering Grief and Loss

“The reality is that you will grieve forever. You will not ‘get over’ the loss. You will learn to live with it. You will heal and you will rebuild yourself around the loss you have suffered. You will be whole again but you will never be the same. Nor should you be the same. NorContinue reading “A Guide to Support those Suffering Grief and Loss”