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The Power of Conversation..

The modern world we live in today has made us a selfish society. We exist in our smartphones and we often block out our surroundings, focusing on the screen in front of us. The modern world we live in today has seen a huge increase in mental health issues. Whether those two are connected is […]

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Listening.

Two weeks ago, I ventured to London for some work things and along the way I lost myself. Well, I lost my lost self – I actually found my old self. It’s complicated, right? I wrote about how I had become grounded and how I felt like I was discovering who I once was whilst […]

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Lost in London.

Often in life, I find that things happen when we need them most – even if we don’t necessarily realise that we need them. Last week, I packed up my clothes, slipped my laptop into my bag, turned on my camera and boarded the train to London.

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The Rollercoaster of 2018.

Every time I think I am done with this post, I swiftly delete it and begin the process of rewriting. There is no way to sum up how the last year has gone apart from one word; unpredictable. Last year, I summarised 2017 as a year of learning and growth. I started therapy and I […]

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Fractured Friendships.

Friendship. One of the most sacred bonds that two can share. They say friends are the family you choose yourself. Friends are the people who share our most personal of moments, they pick us up when we have fallen. Some know the depths that we wouldn’t dare tell our parents. They hold our hands us […]

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A New Relationship.

I have been on this wonderfully confusing planet for 26 years now, and I have spent most of them in a relationship. In primary school, I was the playground Romeo. I would start the day with one girlfriend before walking down the (pretend) aisle with a different girlfriend at lunch time. I would hold their […]

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I hate myself.

Have you ever wanted to say something, and you spend a long time lost inside your head conjuring up the perfect structure, finding the right mix of words and stringing together a sentence that you know will take courage to share out loud. And yet, when it comes to saying it, you completely fumble over […]

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