Thoughts & Quotes

life is like a series of photographs you develop from the negatives.
When you need to fly from your home, it's not a home. Home should be where the birds feelings are free not caged.
nobody likes the rain but if you want the rainbow you gotta put up with the rain.
♫ And the stars are always there but we miss them in the dirt and in the clouds we miss them in the storms. ♫
To the believer anything is possible, to the sceptic everything is impossible.
"the reason angels can fly is becuase they take themselves lightly"
Stay strong- Keep smiling =] and NEVER give up- there is always hope <3
'It is not the stars to hold our destiny, but in ourselves' (William Shakespeare)
Stick to the fight when your hardest hit, its when things seem worse that you must not quit
it's about learning to dance in the rain
sometimes the hardest thing and the right thing are the same
we never notice the beauty around us because we are too busy trying to create it.
People say that it is holding on that makes you stronger, but sometimes it is letting go and putting yourself first.
No-one can do a better job of being you, than YOU.
Be strong now because things will get better; it may be stormy now but it can't rain forever.
This too shall pass
We have to learn to dance in the rain
Even on the darkest days sometimes we glimpse sunlight
Sometimes we need to tell our story 100 times
Faith is the bird that feels the light and sings when the dawn is still dark

7 million

There are many of us

Estimates of 7 million young people are affected by parental binge drinking, hazardous drinking, and parental drug misuse. This new research from the National Addiction Centre highlights that numbers of young people affected by this issue are higher than expected.  Turning Point’s Report ‘Bottling It Up’ similarly highlights that 2.6 million kids are affected by parental alcoholism.

We cannot find estimates for how many young people are affected by other addictions to things such as; gambling, work, internet, games and shopping. We also know that it’s not just parental addiction that affects young people; it’s also siblings, aunties and uncles, other family members and friends addictions which can have a significant impact on young people’s lives. 

Together we can support and empower each other. There are so many of us – and we don’t have to go through it alone. 

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