Big Pink Link 103

Hey Big Pink Linkers!

Welcome back to the the Big Pink Link, I hope you’ve all had a fab week? We’ve been preparing for a busy week coming up with Megan’s 5th birthday, Harry’s 4th birthday, our wedding anniversary, a friends wedding and packing for our holiday! I’m exhausted just thinking about it! Anyway, on to this weeks WOW’s.

Kirsty’s WOW is Happy With The Small Things by Morgan’s Milieu. This year I have been trying hard to increase my positivity and I have learnt to really appreciate the little things in life. All the little things that Morgan concentrates on really are the real essence of a happy life.

My WOW is to Kate on Thin Ice for her post Coronation Street raise awareness of men’s mental health issues. Having lived with mental illness for the last 22 years, I am a huge advocate for raising awareness of mental illness. I think Coronation Street should be commended for focusing on male mental health issues, even more so given that male suicide is the main cause of death amongst young men.

Your hosts for this weeks linky are myself, and the lovely Kirsty.

 

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  1. May 21, 2018 / 1:34 pm

    Thanks for the special mention. I guess those of us who have experienced mental health issues and often stigma and isolation ourselves value these storylines most of all #BigPinkLink

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