Conversation in the Outdoors

I've been doing a lot of reflecting this month on what has happened in the past year and what can help me going forwards. I will begin by starting at the end of this thought process and will work backwards. Last weekend I had something I really needed to talk about and work through with …

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The peace of the wild things- Save Stoke Park Woods

I started visiting Stoke Park Estate in Bristol when my daughter was 4 years old. I was a lonely, isolated, single parent experiencing depression. I lived locally to the park, but didn't know my community at all. For those unaware of what Stoke Park is, it's an area of parkland set alongside urban areas of …

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Home from hospital – mental health awareness week 2018

Just when you think you've covered all the awareness weeks another one comes along from the shadows, brandishing itself on social media. For this awareness day I'd like to write about my hospital admission to an Eating Disorder unit, of which I have just been discharged from. I don't think a huge amount is known …

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But you seem so self aware? – World Autism Awareness Week

The last few weeks have been difficult. Difficult isn't really a big enough word to do it justice, but there isn't really a more fitting word. I have Asperger's Syndrome. I like certainty, I don't like change. I love to plan. A few weeks ago I was given a date for an admission to an …

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