The last few weeks have been let’s say challenging, I will admit after the second, third row with my beautiful selfish spoilt young people in my house,I was struggling to  remember that I was the adult, You know the saying give an inch and they take a mile, not in this house these two take the whole of west London, Whatever you give they always want that bit more, So took hold and expressed my feeling, thoughts, of their actions, I am happy to say we all apologized  and we are all friend again, If I really have to take any responsibility Then I have to remember my daughter is not a little girl anymore and to respect and support her new journey in life, I can do that, as long as her journey is not too far away from home. To any parent who may be suffering due to  the fact you have a teenagers, Firstly My heart goes out to you all,  Stay strong, All families row and I believe this is healthy, you may not like what your child is saying but you are showing them what they have to say is important and they are free to express themselves without fear of judgment. images



Page 1,              What is Depression

Page 2 ,             Symptom

Page 3 ,             Reasons why


Depression.                 _ front page

Decreased energy


Diminished activity


Loss of interest.


Physical changes

Unexplained achy, pains

increase/decrease appetite

Psychomotor agitation

Emotional pain.                 

Prolong sadness


Feeling of worthless

Loss Of self-esteem



Thoughts of death,

Suicidal thought,

Feeling detached.




Domestic violence and Abuse can happen in any household, rich-poor, all cultures, Same sex, or straight relationships/marriages. Also teenagers/young people

The information below was from

the Office for National Statistics

  • An estimated 1.9 million adults aged 16 to 59 years experienced domestic abuse in the last year, according to the year ending March 2017 Crime Survey for England and Wales (1.2 million women, 713,000 men).

  • The police recorded 1.1 million domestic abuse-related incidents and crimes in the year ending March 2017 and of these, 46% were recorded as domestic abuse-related crimes; domestic abuse-related crimes recorded by the police accounted for 32% of violent crimes.

  • There were 46 arrests per 100 domestic abuse-related crimes recorded by 39 police forces in the year ending June 2017.

  • The majority of victims of domestic homicides recorded between April 2013 and March 2016 were females (70%).

  • A decision to charge was made for 72% of domestic abuse-related cases referred to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) by the police, and of those that proceeded to court, convictions were secured for 76% of domestic abuse-related prosecutions. 

  •  Information from NSPCC

  • The definition of domestic violence in England and Wales was expanded in March 2013 to include victims aged 16 and 17 years old. It also now includes controlling behavior and coercive behavior.

  • Around 1 in 5 children have been exposed to domestic abuse

  • third of children witnessing domestic violence also experienced another form of abuse.