The Sligo Now Interview

I was delighted to be interviewed by Rebecca Kennedy for the December issue of Sligo Now Magazine. I talked about depression, panic attacks and Havin' A Laugh. The headline reads '1000 friends on Facebook and no one to coffee' with and that's how I used to feel. I'm not so bad these days. Over the... Continue Reading →

The Sligo Champion Article

I was recently invited onto Claire Byrne Live on RTE to discuss my issues with anxiety and panic attacks. I was on a panel with DJ Blainaid Treacy from 2FM who suffered from panic attacksĀ  and Dr. Harry Barry who is an author and doctor. Dr Barry has a particular interest in the area of... Continue Reading →

The turning point

It's two years ago since I hosted the first Havin'aLaugh Coffee Morning. Some of you might remember it, some of you might not so here's a bit of background. Around three years ago I got hit out of the blue with depression, I say hit because that's what it felt like. It seemed like one... Continue Reading →

Two years on

The pic on the left from 2017, the pic on the right 2019. A memory came up on my Facebook page today. It was me at the Sligo Summer Festival with Andy (my hubby). I remember it well. I was terrified. The smile hid the turmoil that was going on inside me. At that time... Continue Reading →

Sunday Sunday

March seems to be flying, or is that just me? There have been a lot of different events that I've been to and I was thinking back to how I was this time last year. I used to turn up to things, take one look at everyone and leave again. I started to push myself... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑