Goodbye 2021

I like many looked forward to saying goodbye to 2021. It had been an incredibly tough year mentally; I was diagnosed as having Post Natal PTSD 6 months after having my child and undergoing the most traumatic experience of my life. To this day, we still don’t know what happened, but I will continue to fight to know; and experienced anxiety like I’ve never experienced before. I’m still working on it, but its so much better than it was. Toward the back end of the year, I was subjected to vile comments on Instagram forcing me to remove the ability to comment on the post.

Most importantly, and what I hold on to the most, what also happened in 2021 was my child turned 1, I finally got to marry the love of my life in a ceremony we really wanted (thanks covid for holding off for a bit). I worked hard achieving many things, I learnt to be vulnerable and honest with myself (and others). I watched my husband get a promotion his been working towards and we watched our child take their first steps!! We finally moved out of the flat that scared us daily, and thats just a handful of some incredible things that happened.

I have entered 2022 extremely positive and ready to continue watching our child develop and experience things for the first time. Hoping to go on our first family holiday, see some friends that we haven’t been able to because of Covid and restrictions with other countries. We are starting with home decor updates throughout our home and are really looking forward to what 2022 has to offer.

So before posts go back to normal I wanted to say from my family to yours, Happy New Year! May 2022 bring you health, happiness and feeling safe ❤️

with love

The Unlucky Coeliac

Author: theunluckycoeliac

I’m you’re average 20-something year old who just happens to have Coeliac Disease, Fibromyalgia and Severe Hypermobility Syndrome. Blogging has been a passion of mine since I was 14 years old, and I made the transition in 2019 away from music to something a little more personal. Which is how I became The Unlucky Coeliac! I am passionate about sharing my experiences with Coeliac Disease, Invisible Disabilities, Life and being a Mother!

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