Introduction to photography: An 8 piece blog

Part 3 of an 8 part blog about photography. Written as a guest blogger for Drea Macmillan social marketing

22 types of chronic pain

An article written and accepted by Themighty.com as my 5th article for them. Designed to provide some humor for those with chronic pain by giving it a name

Self Harm Alternatives

This is part 4 of a 4 part blog series for Swindon Mental Health Festival 2019 forming part of a pamphlet to hand out at the event exploring the topic. This blog covers alternatives to self injury.

Why People Self Harm

This is part 3 of a 4 part series covering the topic of self injury: Why People Self Injure, for the Swindon Mental Health Festival 2019

How to help somebody who self harms

Part 2 of a 4 piece blog series for Swindon Mental Health Festival 2019 forming part of a pamphlet to hand out at the event exploring the topic of self injury. How to help someone who self harms

Basic Facts About Self Injury

A blog for the Swindon Mental Health Festival 2019 on the subject of basic facts and debunking of myths around Self Harm/Self Injury

Photo blog series part 1

Part one of an 8 piece photography blog series written as a guest blogger for Drea Macmillan Social Marketing (dreamacmillan.com) This blog introduces you to the basics of available cameras and an introduction to camera components

Swindon Museum of Computing: A byte sized day out

Review of a morning at The Museum Of Computing in Swindon spent by myself and my 10 year old

The Mental Health Portfolio

Whilst in psychology this week I hit upon a tool for helping me in times of crisis by planning ahead at the times I am not to provide arguments against my intrusive thoughts with evidence to back me up. I call it the Mental Health Portfolio

Autism blogs: a letter to my daughter’s teacher

This is a letter I wrote to my daughter’s teacher at the start of her Junior year. My little girl has autism and masks at school and it was a letter to help her see the things that would help them both to build a relationship to everyone’s benefit.