On Friday I ran away from home. Not really but a spur of the moment decision to head away for the night with girlfriends has reminded me of the importance of social connections.
Grief is an unwelcome yet unavoidable bedfellow. We've all heard of the five stages of grief the widely- recognised universal stages of mourning. But like many challenges, knowing of them and experiencing them are two different things. In April, our family lost someone special to breast cancer. Just 48. A wife, mum, daughter, sister, sister... Continue Reading →