On cells, regeneration and recovery…

When I was a little girl I was always covered in bumps, bruises and scrapes. My knees were a constant testament to my complete lack of spatial awareness or ability to gauge where my lanky limbs ended and a coffee table began. No sooner had the graze on my left knee healed than another inexplicable … Continue reading On cells, regeneration and recovery…

Me before me…

Do you ever look back at old photographs of yourself or reminisce and that person, the you that you are thinking of, feels like a completely different person? Our social media platforms sometimes include a 'memories' function where you can be reminded of exactly where you were, what you were doing, and what you wrote … Continue reading Me before me…

On trauma shaming, minimisation, tone policing and kindness…

If you happen to browse Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok or any other platforms where humans interact with each other and share part of their lives - and let's face it, this past year of a pandemic has meant a lot more scrolling than previous years - you will inevitably come across something that reads like … Continue reading On trauma shaming, minimisation, tone policing and kindness…