Invisible Illness
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I’m The Child Of An Alcoholic Parent. This Is How My Life Has Been Affected

It’s often not until we look back we realise our childhood was a war zone.

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I wake this morning once again to grey skies and gale-force winds and groan. I struggle to want to get out of bed. I struggle with this more often than I admit these days — having to be an adult; to be responsible…

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Kathy Parker

Kathy Parker

Writer. Poet. Spoken Word Performer. Survivor. Warrior. www.kathyparker.com.au

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