*The following post discusses suicide, please ensure that you are in a safe place before reading. If you or someone you know is struggling with suicidal thoughts please seek help. You are worth it* *The following post is bought to you by The Royal Flying Doctor Service’s new Kids Club. I did not receive payment for this post*
How my mental health affects Mr 6 is something that plays on my mind a lot. He does take on a lot for a child. I don’t burden him with exactly what is going on, but he does know when Mummy isn’t feeling well. My mum has depression wasn’t something that was said out loud.
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Toilet training…one of the few phrases to strike fear into the hearts of parent across the world. It gives you a new level of appreciation for what your parents went through. I learned a few things along the way both from my own experience and the experience of others. Here are my tips to help toilet training go a little more smoothly.
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At my last psychologist appointment we talked about ways to help boost the way that I feel about myself. Anxiety has been kicking my butt pretty hard over the last couple of months and something had to give. We came up with two ideas.