An update to the blog post from yesterday, if you're interested. This has also been done as a Twitter thread. I actually think my experience shows very much that we still need to change so much in our approaches to women's health. I got a call last night from our Women's Hospital. Turns out I … Continue reading Madame Ovary
I did this as a Twitter thread originally, but decided to stick it all together in a blog too. It's still in Twitter format though - makes it easy to read, imo. In November 2019, my periods very suddenly, and without warning, decided to become *very* painful and to last around 2 weks. From having … Continue reading Ovaries
I don't quite know what the point of this post is. I feel the urge to get some thoughts down, but where they will go is anyone's guess. So I've spent 2 years protesting and fighting Brexit. I've been on marches, something I'd never done before. I've met amazing campaigners and activists. I've made phenomenal … Continue reading Goodbye 2019, hello 2020?
So, I've not blogged for aeons. It's not that I haven't had anything to say; I just haven't been able to find the words. There's been too much, and the words have been trapped. Blocked, even. But this morning, I think something may have changed. I have followed and read the work of James (JJ) … Continue reading Protest and Prepare
Five years ago, I blogged about parental alienation, and about being one of the 25%. Parental alienation is more commonly carried out by women against the fathers of their children. I believe I was one of 25% of women who was subjected to it by the father of our children. Five years on, and it … Continue reading Child alienation
23rd June 2016 we have this cursed (read that as cursED please) EU Referendum. The longer the campaign has gone on, the less I want to hear about it. Except I am listening to, and watching, and reading various news channels and articles, and blog posts. It's like a morbid fascination. Or a scab you … Continue reading Bloody EU Referendum