I talked to the amazing Ailsa Lipscombe for Folks this month. I had to edit a lot of the interview down, but I think she said so much interesting stuff, Continue Reading →
The People’s Mental Health Report, resulting from a review lead by ActionStation, is yet another nail in the coffin of New Zealand’s mental health system. It is damning evidence of what we Continue Reading →
New Zealand is looking at following in Australia’s footsteps and making all codeine-containing products prescription only. I don’t think this is the right solution.
I think it’s amazing, courageous, and important to be a mother, and I’m in awe of the women in my life who have done it and are doing it right Continue Reading →
I’ve been working on an essay about a couple of things that help me and the people around me understand chronic illness more – Spoon Theory, and Sick Woman Theory. Continue Reading →