Denise Bayvel to my hearts adventure. the place I call home. to my favourite person ever there was or will be. to a woman whose external beauty & grace grows more breathtaking with each year and whose inner beauty, love, selflessness, compassion & gentleness, surpasses that of any person I have yet to meet on … More Happy Birthday To My Momma – My Hearts First Love
After a pretty bad car accident & really bad whiplash which doesn’t go hand in hand with being behind a computer all day and night – especially now six weeks later as my left side has gone lame and I am in agony waiting to see a neurosurgeon as an emergency – I have still … More When Your Dream Becomes A Reality Even With Loads Of Teething Problems
It sometimes takes far to long to realise that being an ordinary girl with simple dreams, A girl who simply wants to lead an ordinary life without the fancy or facades is… enough. I do not need any books titled after me or awards etched with my name all I really want in this life … More The Beauty In Simplicity
Please Share & Care … Call for help from all those kind hearted people I know. On Human Rights Day let us recognize that while we strive for equal rights. This does not mean we are not all given equal opportunities. There are those born into poverty, stuck in abusive environments unable to escape, those … More On This ‘Human Rights’ Day Will U Help Me Help Refilwe & The Creche Run By Lucky, For Over 50 Poverty Stricken Kiddies 🙏🏼
My next blog post is going to be far more heartfelt & perhaps make me a little vulnerable in this judgmental world of social media.. ( well in this judgmental world ).
However after seeing how many people have taken their lives recently, unable to deal with modern day stress, depression and anxiety – I think it is so important to share our own stories, in the hopes that we can maybe help these people.
Stop them from trying to find peace whilst leaving behind shattered loved ones.
Make them see that there is hope, that one can “control” these “conditions” that there are so many people quietly suffering day in and day out.
That we should no longer see anxiety or depression as taboo – they are not.