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

On Tattoos & Transformation – The Meaning Beneath the Ink

In 2006 I was transformed; painfully, permanently. That was the year I suffered a mental breakdown and spent the majority of the year surrounded by the thick fog of depression. Emerging from the darkness after many endless months it was apparent to me that I would never be the same again, that everything I thought … More On Tattoos & Transformation – The Meaning Beneath the Ink

Strike a Pose (Featuring Hey Saturday)

Life can take some unexpected turns when you start to say yes. Following my wholly unexpected and, as it turned out, pretty successful Ultimate Style & Dating Fix with TranslateHer (https://lovelaughtertruthblog.com/2016/07/18/take-me-down-to-the-paradise-city-stepping-up-my-dating-game/), opportunity came a-knocking again, this time in the shape of a photo shoot. Now, I would never have imagined that a ‘models wanted’ request … More Strike a Pose (Featuring Hey Saturday)

A Life Segmented (It’s Good, But It’s Not Right)

When I was 8 I fell off my bike and dislocated my elbow. It bloody knacked. The pain wasn’t helped by the friendly doctor in Accident & Emergency who helpfully advised me that ‘crying isn’t going to help’. Yeah thanks, wish I’d thought of that. It was months before my arm would fully straighten and, … More A Life Segmented (It’s Good, But It’s Not Right)