Monthly Archives: July 2013

Triggers

18th January 2012 I have been following Emmerdale which has been obsessive and triggering. In the storyline one of the characters is called ‘Amy’ who has been in foster care and ended up being with ‘the Pollards’. She fell pregnant … Continue reading

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Coercion

17th January 2012 The Baby Scoop Era is hardly a period of social history that will be remembered in a good light. So many mothers lost their babies to adoption for no better reason that society wouldn’t accept young, single … Continue reading

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Gossiping

16th January 2012 Thanks to some gossiping my mood plummeted again and I haven’t been able to concentrate.  What makes it worse it is church people gossiping instead of talking to us.  It’s been sorted with the elders but all … Continue reading

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Good start to the New Year

3rd January 2012 I am feeling much better now. Each day has got easier and I have had a good start to the new year. We didn’t go out New Year’s Eve as our dogs are scared of fireworks. Bruno … Continue reading

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Quiet Christmas

29th December 2011 We’ve had better Christmas but at least we had a peaceful one. Having gone through a bad bout of severe depression hasn’t helped though. These bouts are getting more frequent so I am wondering what the point … Continue reading

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Christmas Day

25th December 2011 The past two weeks has been tough.  Two weeks yesterday I was at rock bottom in the first time in over two years.  I admitted to Rick that all I wanted to do was die but I … Continue reading

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Mood not great

19th December 2011 My mood had improved by the weekend but today it nosedived again. At the moment I don’t know what to do as a distraction. Nothing is working. It’s got that bad that I don’t want to talk … Continue reading

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