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Living with uncertainty – Keeping a battle rhythm

Living with uncertainty – Keeping a battle rhythm

For the first time in the last two weeks, I stumbled into bed in a completely different mood and mindset. My feelings of fear and anxiety had been replaced by something else; I felt happy. Earlier that evening I had joined my Military Wives Choir for a zoom choir...
Living with uncertainty – Don’t try to be perfect

Living with uncertainty – Don’t try to be perfect

There is a pressure for us all to be in control of our thoughts, feelings and actions amidst the uncertainty of the Coronavirus.  Whilst there may be times when we feel like we are on top of things, there will be times when this is not the case.  Remembering that no...
Living with uncertainty – Don’t bottle it up

Living with uncertainty – Don’t bottle it up

Expressing how we feel at the moment is an important part of maintaining good emotional wellbeing.  It’s normal to have worries, concerns, and anxieties, especially given the current circumstances.  By bottling our feelings up, its easy to become overwhelmed. ...
Living with uncertainty – Surviving adversity

Living with uncertainty – Surviving adversity

As the clock counts down to my due date, I have found myself wishing I could just stay pregnant for a few more months. It feels like such a strange time to be welcoming a new life into the world. I worry whether my husband won’t be present for the birth due to some of...
Surviving Self Isolation

Surviving Self Isolation

We will all now be familiar with the mantra “Stay at home to protect the NHS and save lives”. On the face of it this instruction sounds relatively simple and straight forward. But what is the reality of having to stay at home and not have contact with people? I feel...