In the past few months, I have been speaking to a variety of groups on the topics of mindset, positive mental health, and wellbeing –and I have been surprised at the number of times I have been asked to recommend related books.
I was speaking with Emma Murphy, award-winning fitness instructor and domestic violence advocate, at her Mind Over Matter Roadshow in Galway. It was a historical day, as it was the first of Emmas Roadshows – an event where Emma shares her inspirational story. It’s a story of happiness, heartache, and winning – and a story I can relate to. Emmas honesty shone through and I was struck by her compassion to help others. Its an incredible story of a girl…
Falling apart means something different to everyone, for me it meant sitting in an A & E waiting room for 19 hours, seeing really upsetting events and trying to sit straight so people wouldn’t stare at me as I rocked back and forth in pain.
Nicola Egan lives with pain – but like many similar people I have met in my role as mental wellbeing explorer… she finds a way forward to wellbeing and happiness. Nicola is one of the most upbeat people you could ever meet. She started teaching makeup artistry at The Waverley Academy over 3 years ago .
I was honoured to be in attendance at the National Parents Council Primary conference on Saturday last. The theme for the conference was: “Seen and Heard – The Childs Voice, Making A Difference”