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Sonia's Mum

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Sonia’s Story

Sonia’s Mum is a transformational love story between a mentally complex mother and the daughter who adored her. I want to share these deeply personal and funny stories so that we can raise awareness for how challenging it is for many people who’ve had mentally ill parents and have struggled to come to terms with their own issues.

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A mother brick in the wall

What does your name say about you? I've had the polite "could you spell that please?" and the insulting "Blimey - did you ever think of changing it?" Today I found the true meaning of "it's got your name on it" when I saw my mum's name on a brick in a wall. Not...

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Temple Tantrums

Now that the Christmas decorations are coming down and the New Year is well and truly on its way I'm wondering what 2019 will bring and how it will feel without my beloved Mum. I know she'd be urging me to write our story, get more sleep, turn out the un-necessary...

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Driving home at Christmas

If you've never had to yank the handbrake from the passenger's seat whilst steering away from a Jaguar on a roundabout and sounding the horn, you've never lived. We did, luckily. Mum was having driving lessons in the 90s and I'd offered to take her out for a quiet...

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Surprise, surprise

I love surprises.  Some people hate them and I often wonder why.   I'm still coming down from a week of astounding surprises that have left me, uncharacteristically, speechless. My precious mum's funeral was last Thursday (12th November) and the first thing to share...

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What would Mum say?

Buzzing traffic noise and a softly snoring dog woke me this morning and Mum's voice was saying "it's so beautifully sunny, get out there and enjoy it. Do you know that Bognor is the sunniest place in England?". She also told me that she was peaceful and that tears are...

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Cabbage Water, anyone?

Mum, Me and hospitals - not often a good mix. As she's never had to stay in one for any major medical reason, apart from giving birth twice and terrorising the maternity wards with her undiagnosed, off-the-scale crazy PND, she doesn't get why anyone needs to go to...

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Tell your story!

My precious mum, Margaret Beldom, passed away peacefully on 12th November. She loved hearing all the stories that people shared about their own lives with people with mental health issues. A new conversation is starting, and it’s extraordinary. Please read “Surprise, surprise” and share some stories of your own.

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