Month: August 2013

I’m horrified. You should be too.

I’m horrified. You should be too.

August 28, 2013

Warning- This post contains images that readers may find disturbing. Something happened in the last week. Something shocking, horrifying, beyond comprehension. If you were to read the newspapers, or watch mainstream news broadcasts, you may think I’m referring to the Essendon football club drug ‘scandal’. After all, that has been making headlines not just in […]

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Abuse Doesn’t Always Leave A Mark.

Abuse Doesn’t Always Leave A Mark.

August 9, 2013

Once upon a time, there was a fairytale wedding. The bride wore a beautiful long white dress, with a veil over face. She walked down the aisle of a quaint blue-stone church, and was married by a man of God. The wedding was celebrated with a grand reception in a heritage listed building, filled with […]

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Diabetes Denial.

Diabetes Denial.

August 2, 2013

It was Melbourne Cup Day, 1989. I sat on the bed in the Drs surgery, swinging my legs, waiting, whilst the Dr rang the local hospital to let them know I would be coming in. I was nine years old, and our GP had just given me a finger prick test and diagnosed me with […]

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