30 Years a Virgin | A Mental Health Blog | Part 3

The Importance of Evidence The publication of my blog 30 Years a Virgin the Ugly Truth was first announced on a Facebook group widely used by the airline’s cabin crew past and present. It attracted a huge amount of interest and the moderators didn’t feel it was appropropriate for the nature of the page whichContinue reading “30 Years a Virgin | A Mental Health Blog | Part 3”

30 Years a Virgin | A Mental Health Blog | Part 2

Retaliation, Making it Personal The response to the first chapter of my blog has been truly overwhelming. In just a few hours it received a huge number of views and messages of support from friends and colleagues some of whom I’ve not seen for years, poured in. I have read every comment and am blownContinue reading “30 Years a Virgin | A Mental Health Blog | Part 2”

30 Years a Virgin | A Mental Health Blog

Dealing with Mental Health at Work Having spent most of my working life as cabin crew for a well known British airline, I was made redundant in 2020 following the outbreak of Covid-19. I was on long term sick at the time because of mental health issues. As soon as redundancies were announced I knewContinue reading “30 Years a Virgin | A Mental Health Blog”