Do global events impact your relationship with grief, if it does? Or is it a new type of global grief we are sharing?
Reality Revisited: Gone Walking
I felt emotionally exhausted and wanted the opportunity to transfer this emotional struggle into a physical challenge that I could overcome, learn and develop from.
As Told By Stella Raven
I can’t help but wonder: does my memory serve me? Or, have you have been gone so long that I can barely find the memory?
#34 Thursday Thoughts: What Are You Most Looking Forward To From Autumn?
I am looking forward to the photography opportunities, the cold wind and then being cosy and warm indoors. 🤍
What I Learned From 6 Months of Roller Skating
Before, roller skating meant the art of learning to love myself without having to aim for perfection, and now it is about freedom and healing. When I am skating, I can be whoever I need to be, feeling anything I need to feel.
As Told By Aneesha #3
Shrunken shoulders, bent in pain
Sadness and tears unrestrained
Bring forth whispers of your name
Reality Revisited: Under Pressure
That’s one of the most difficult things about losing my mum, I just want to tell her how difficult life is without her in it.
Advocating for Self
Learning about grief has taught me to advocate for myself which, has helped people to help me, and for me to help them. And as always, I am reminded repeatedly that people are good.
#33 Thursday Thoughts: What Was Your Best Memory This Summer?
For us, we have enjoyed the covid restrictions easing and being able to spend time with our friends and family. What about for you all?
I jumped into the uber, politely asked how my driver was doing, and after exchanging pleasantries, he asked me what year I was in.
“Third year.” I said with a polite smile.