Getting through Hard Times


If you had told me as a teen that I would live to the grand age of which I find myself, I would have laughed. I would not have believed you for a moment. I had been clinically dead, in coma's, had repeated seizures without regaining consciousness, had my spine shattered, and much more besides.... Continue Reading →

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Grant Hackett


I read the following with dismay yesterday. It is a road many families have walked. I have walked... Some of my friends have also walked this road. It can start gradually, sneaking up on both the individual and those who love them. They don't want to do what they once loved. They retreat, becoming uncommunicative.... Continue Reading →

Dismantling of Mental Health Services in Australia


It is with dismay and disbelief that the following came up on my news feed yesterday. Headspace is the National Youth Mental Health Foundation, providing early intervention services to 12-25 year old's. The centres are located in major cities, as well as regional and rural areas of Australia. They don't look like a mental health... Continue Reading →

10 ways I put myself back together after trauma


I can't tell you how much the response meant to me after I posted Til it Happens to you. The support was incredible! I was too overcome to respond for a while. People have asked how I got through it all. I suffered status epilepticus at 13, meaning I had continual seizures which couldn't be controlled.... Continue Reading →

Beyond Blue


I attended  a fundraiser for Beyond Blue last week. Two women spoke, both with differing pathways into depression. The first speaker had been an ambitious executive, which had seen her reach the top echelon of her company. It meant constant travel, 18 hour days and a huge amount of stress. She had jetted interstate a... Continue Reading →

Once a Victim, now a Survivor


I am incredibly touched that Gentle Kindness nominated me for the Once a Victim Now a Survivor Award. This award is for those who have gone through mental illness of any kind, abuse, trauma, and especially PTSD. Here are the rules: Thank the blogger that nominated you Nominate 5 – 10  bloggers to pass the award to... Continue Reading →

Graham Moore, thankyou!


This picture of an extremely talented man, and the condensed version of his inspired acceptance speech have gone viral. Thankyou, The Bully Project, for framing this heartrending speech. Thankyou for the work that you are doing. I was thirteen years of age, when I tried to die. I felt different, and had the sinking feeling... Continue Reading →

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