Doubts, Insights & (Pretty) Epic-ness! – A Journey Through Counselling

Oh bollocks, what the hell have I done?!?! In the last couple of days I’ve been hit by doubts. My two most recent posts were written a few weeks ago with the original intent not to post them for a little while. Until I thought ‘what the hell’, and hit ‘publish’ (https://lovelaughtertruthblog.com/2017/06/08/letting-the-light-in-adventures-in-counselling/) And then the … More Doubts, Insights & (Pretty) Epic-ness! – A Journey Through Counselling

Letting the Light In – A Journey Through Counselling

Something needs to change and I need help to get me there. Welcome, my friends, to counselling! I’ve written previously about how it’s OK to admit that you’re not OK (https://lovelaughtertruthblog.com/2016/10/13/im-not-ok-thats-ok/)  However, it’s one thing admitting to the struggles of the past from a position of strength, as the conqueror standing tall over your vanquished opponent; … More Letting the Light In – A Journey Through Counselling

New Life After Loss

  My husband was in the forces and I can still vividly remember the worry of him being in the Falklands, of not being able to contact him and the panic felt at every news bulletin announcing the deaths of servicemen. Being a ‘military wife’ I had to learn how to function in the face … More New Life After Loss

Anthony Joshua & the Reclamation of the Greatest Prize in Sport

Time was the heavyweight championship of the world was the greatest prize in sports and the heavyweight champion of the world bestrode the globe like a colossus; men like Jack Johnson, Jack Dempsey, Joe Louis, Muhammad Ali and, in more recent times, Mike Tyson, captured the public’s imagination and symbolised the times in which they … More Anthony Joshua & the Reclamation of the Greatest Prize in Sport