I haven't written a while so I thought the best thing to do was tackle a controversial and polarising character and topic to ease myself back in... Enjoy!
Sometimes "the grind" can really leave you struggling not just on the playing field but in the bank.
In his letter to the court, convicted child molester Larry Nassar described his victims as "woman scorned" as if they had been rejected in love. But they gave this a new definition. And they made him pay for the hell he put them through.
The harsh reality of being "not sick enough."
It's time I accepted that I don't like the new me, and I didn't like any of the other multiple "new me" versions in the past either.
Men? Stop crying. Women? Behave like a man, and stop crying.
Be a show off. You know you want to, so don't hold back.
Are we able to portray mental illness through the arts without the worry of glorification or romanticising?
Being a captain taught me confidence. Being a female captain taught me how to trust myself.
The words "mental health" can make us squirm in our seats but do we actually know what it means? And do we know how to maintain the good days?