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April was Premenstrual Disorder Awareness month

….and this year’s fundraiser was Teal Tuesdays.

Check out how we got on below. I personally raised over $400 USD and lead the IAPMD campaign which surpassed our goal of $10,000 USD and brought in a, not too shabby: $13,036 USD!!

The family and I, ‘KEEPIN’ it teal!

International Women’s Day 8 March 2023! 👧🏻🙋🏻‍♀️💪🏽💜

This year’s IWD theme is ‘Embrace Equity’ and I feel really privileged to have had the opportunity to interview three really cool women, from differing backgrounds and careers, to hear about equity in their Bristol workplaces. Read the article here:

‘Therapy, the hardest thing I’ve put myself through’

Steph Cullen for The Bristol Cable

New article by me, my story with Perinatal Mental Illness and how therapy saved my life, and left me grieving it’s end. I hadn’t prepared for the impact such grief would have on my life.

Fibromyalgia research study for those who are pregnant or still in the perinatal period.

FIBRO MUMS and those pregnant in the last 12 months with Fibro – Would you be interested in sharing your experience to improve research?

I’m proud to have been working closely with the University of Liverpool to create a research project that will be used to improve services and wellbeing for birthing people who have an existing fibromyalgia diagnosis, during pregnancy, and for the first year postpartum.

I’ve joined the very weird world of TikTok and you can find me there talking about health related bits and bobs by scanning the QR code below.

Please head to the link below to get involved. 💜

University of Liverpool

Click here to register your interest

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My first publication of my debut short story, It’s A Small World is now available to read.

It’s A Small World is a tale of chronic illness, friendship and bravery.

I wrote a poignant opinion piece for The Bristol Cable talking all things PMDD, Women’s Health and my work with IAPMD. I really hope you’ll give it a read!

To catch up with my everyday goings on, head to my IG