Taboo Topics2018-12-14T13:22:11+02:00

TABOO TOPICS

Taboo Topics is a series dedicated to sharing stories from real live people [mostly who i know] on real life issues, situations or experiences that are seldom spoken about for various reasons. So far the topics that have been addressed [with links to all the stories] are the following:

Abortion

Addiction

Adoption

Cancer

Dealing with the Grief of losing Someone you Love

Eating Disorders

Fostering a Child

Infertility

Living with Disabilities/Special Needs

Losing a Baby

Marriage [when it’s not been easy]

Mental Health

Parents of Young Children [where it hasn’t all been easy and fun and struggle free]

Pornography and Masturbation

Sex Before Marriage

Sex in Marriage

Singleness

Vegetarianism

I hope these will be of encouragement to you and to friends and family who you know who have been through similar things – please feel free to share the stories or send links to people who you think might appreciate them.

love brett “fish” [brettfish@hotmail.com]

Taboo Topic: Cancer – Journeying with Aaron [Testicular Cancer] – part Laughing With not At

By |Sep 4th, 2015|Categories: inspire-ations, pain and Hope, Taboo Topics, thorts of other people|Tags: , , , |

The first of our Aaron Fullerton journey stories was published two years ago and is reblogged with permission: The original title: Laughing With Cancer, Not At It: When Lance Armstrong fell from grace a few [...]

Taboo Topics: Race – What I would love my white friends to hear – Meet Juliet Paulse

By |Sep 3rd, 2015|Categories: pain and Hope, Taboo Topics, things to wrestle with, thorts of other people|Tags: , , , , , |

Growing up in Cape Town in a largely coloured area, the perceptions about white and black people were always negative. So naturally I took that on as the norm (as that was my context). I [...]

Taboo Topics: Parents of young children – Meet Terran and Julie [and their 5!]

By |Jul 27th, 2015|Categories: family, pain and Hope, Taboo Topics, things to wrestle with, thorts of other people|Tags: , , , , |

My friends Terran and Julie Williams were going about life with their three delightful children, sharing regular stories of funny statements and learnt lessons and chaotic moments, when suddenly the news of a 4th child [...]

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