I've been opposed to nuclear weapons for as long as I can remember.
I'm no imperialist, I don't need any expensive weapons to show what a great country I live in.
I'm not worried about my country saving face on the world stage by clinging onto the last throws of a dying empire.
It remains unclear what the future holds for the hundreds of westerners that have fought, or are fighting against, ISIS.
For those that do come home, the consequences of their decision to travel, whether physical, mental or legal, could be life changing.
In the legal context at least, it appears many were unaware of the potential implications The pain of losing Eddie will always be with us.
I don't believe grief every goes away, it just changes shape over time.
My "selfie-esteem" was bolstered by "likes" and smiling emojis, but offline I was asked why I wanted to share something so personal and that maybe these things should be hidden away...
My relationship with depression and anxiety is much harder to decipher, perhaps because I still feel in the midst of these disorders.
I manage a social, professional and personal life, but I'm plagued by defeating thoughts.
We will always work tirelessly on Teddy's Wish to keep our promise to Eddie.
He may not be here but he is here in spirit and I will always be a parent to both of my boys..
These athletes sacrifice a lot to work hard and travel to Rio to compete and achieve greatness from their athletic ability which gets dwindled down to how they look.
It ignores the countless hours, pain they've endured to work so hard to be recognised in their talent and craft I recently posted pictures of my new prosthesis on social media and it caused a stir.