Kae's Trust Blog

Summer

I hope that everyone is feeling as good as they can as we finally escape from lockdown. I know that this has been such a

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Rose

Kayleigh’s middle name was Rose. On my first outing to a supermarket for months I saw the most beautiful rose, I will call it raspberry

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Thoughts

I spoke to a group on Friday and found myself facing a mixed variety of responses. It is true that none of us can read

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Kae’s Trust CIC

Its been a bit of a rough week this week. I think that I was deeply hurt by a local report which I felt disrespected

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Always so tough

Love is a term often used and often misused. The love we feel for our children is inexplicable, it is deep, it is pure and

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Terrible Sadness

How incredibly sad it was to read that Nikki Graham had lost her battle with anorexia. Even when the NHS could not help her and

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News

It is really shocking that with all the energy put into speaking openly about mental health illness and eating disorders that so much ignorance continues

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Mortality

I had an email from a beautiful lady last week whose daughter died in November last year, not even 5 months ago. I answered immediately

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Increasing numbers

Good morning, for many of you it will be a white morning and for us here n the Island the usual grey, cold, day. It

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