• Pornography—Why the Big Deal?

    Pornography—Why the Big Deal?

    Here’s a couple of questions for anyone in a committed relationship consuming porn. N.B. this is not a post with intent to provoke shame rather one that I hope might encourage users to think beyond the obvious. Q. Is your partner fully aware of what you’re doing—have you casually shared with them that you haveContinue… Read more

  • Grieving The Losses

    Grieving The Losses

    Grief is a part of life. We lose someone or something we love, it’s a natural human response to mourn and grieve. Usually there’s a process for grief and all grief is valid. When someone we love dies we are generally surrounded by community offering support, bringing meals, running errands, cleaning house, taking care ofContinue… Read more

  • “You’re lucky it’s only porn” 🤯

    “You’re lucky it’s only porn” 🤯

    This post comes from a place of deep frustration and anger and I’m never sure whether that’s a good reason to hit publish or not but today it’s a yes! Last week I participated in a support group for men and women, all at varying stages of recovery and healing from their partners infidelity. OneContinue… Read more

  • Hey Affair Partner

    Hey Affair Partner

    I’m not even sure which one I’m writing to at this stage, there’s been a few, so I’m going to start with the ones who knew that the person they became involved with had a partner and a family. If I’m being honest you’re the ones I hold least respect for, you see you knewContinue… Read more

  • The Most Wonderful Time of the Year ❤️‍🩹

    The Most Wonderful Time of the Year ❤️‍🩹

    A wounded heart often struggles to live up to expectations of the Christmas season. If your heart is hurting, grappling to find joy in the midst of trauma, please be kind to yourself. Do what you must do but not more than need to and remember that it’s ok to say “no” to things thatContinue… Read more

  • Recovery Resources For Everyone

    Recovery Resources For Everyone

    For anyone new on this journey, my hope is that this post gives you a starting point to find the right support you need and equip you with some tools for the road ahead. A metaphor of what the first 18 months of recovery felt like Our journey of recovery and healing began after IContinue… Read more

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