Did you know that I don’t just work with cancer survivors? I also work with people who have chronic illnesses too. In fact, my very first client has a chronic illness and she found the coaching experience invaluable. Having a chronic illness can beat your confidence down and make you feel pretty shitty. On top … More How to Accept Your Chronic Illness
Although there seems to be a lot of people around at times like this, it is easy to feel isolated as very few people will know how you are really feeling. Relatives & friends will inevitably worry about you. Because you’re not looking like your usual self, they may not believe you when you say you’re … More Feeling Alone
November is upon us already – I can’t believe it! For me, the last day of October was spent with family. Between 3 adults, we had 4 excitable children on our hands – their ages ranging from 1 to 9!
The spring brings with it new beginnings. It is the calm after the storm. The madness of Christmas has died down and there is a slight serenity in the way we return to our everyday routines. A slight depression in the reoccurrence of normal life. But nevertheless, a fresh start.
The House Light enters the dismal corridor once more and I watch as she walks in. The third time today. Her voice echoes around the house, interrupting the silence which seems to be a permanent resident here these days. Making small talk with a middle aged couple, she moves into the first room making … More The House | Writing