Monthly Archives: July 2014

A lot changes in three short weeks…

The past three weeks I have been off adventuring the world.  It was an interesting time away and I learnt a lot about loneliness and alone-ness, but I will write more on that later. This is about Me, Martha and our journey with Alzheimers I am fortunate to have an amazing group of friends in […]

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A delusion to start the day…

The alarm goes off at 7:30am. “Mum it’s time to get up.” She leans up, surprised. “Did you know about those people that were being mean to me, that was Peter and Clare they rung me.  They are very upset and telling those peoples the truth.  Those people were saying I’m a bad person, but […]

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Wellbeing, Round12 and Tania Barry

By the end of October 2013 I felt utterly defeated, I was four months into being the sole career for Mum.  I had lost a parent.  I had packed/cleaned/moved/sold a house.  I had relocated Mum to Christchurch.  I was working a full time job I no longer enjoyed.  I was making poor eating choice, not […]

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