Forks scrape against plates and the word just hangs there Dripping.
Taking sibling abuse seriously
What is it like to live with someone who believes themselves to be seriously ill?
Weeks ago I would will the sessions to be over, but right now I feel almost abandoned, like a small child not ready to let their mother’s hand go.
Reflections on how mental illness moves through the family.
I often get asked what I actually do on a daily basis
Trauma travels and it permeates
"I didn't know that complex PTSD existed until I came across it in Judith Herman's 'Trauma and Recovery' and realised that I had it"
Marina Scott writes about and illustrates the strains of the festive period, from discriminatory slurs by family members to eating habits being put on centre stage.