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Susanne Remic
Teacher, writer & multi award nominated blogger. Proud to be part of & team
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Susanne Remic Jun 19
Eek! Exciting changes are coming to Cuddledry- so proud to work with such an amazing brand and so happy that I can do it all from home too. If you're interested in finding out more, you need to join the VIP club while membership is open!
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Susanne Remic Jun 19
Exciting changes to the range...:
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Keira O'Mara Jun 12
Dear Melanie... fingers crossed you get to read this... (please RT lovely people of Twitter in the hope that she sees this! Thank you!) x
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Susanne Remic Jun 9
LOVE this. Daddy always did bath tome in our house, especially he first few as I found it hard post c section. ❤️❤️
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IFWIP May 28
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Childrens Bed Shop May 29
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Susanne Remic May 25
We’re all doing our best. There is NO shame in asking for help; it takes great strength to speak up and let others know you’re not coping as well as you thought you would. It also takes great...
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Susanne Remic May 10
If you have a spare few moments, you could help out a lovely friend ( & Pips), and you could also raise some money for your favourite charity ❤️
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Susanne Remic May 2
Quite sad to be unable to attend and speak at this conference. I truly believe that we need more events like this, so thank you Hannah for organising, and for thinking of me. If you can make it along, please...
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A Place To Meet May 2
Replying to @SocialSparkleUK
I think the support is there but you have to ask for it and often people don't want to or feel they can't ask
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Susanne Remic May 2
Replying to @SocialSparkleUK
It should be standard though and ALL women offered the same service.
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SnoozeShade May 2
It’s so hard to speak up when you’re so vulnerable. Read some research from about how early detection leads to 80-90% full recovery from pnd & anxiety but so often people don’t reach out until quite late
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Susanne Remic May 2
Replying to @SocialSparkleUK
And things are so busy, hectic and new- often we're not sure if what we're feeling is 'normal' and 'to be expected'
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Susanne Remic May 2
They should be but sadly I don't think they are.
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Susanne Remic May 2
It can vary by area, which is frustrating. I know some who had excellent post natal care, and others who didn't.
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Susanne Remic May 2
Such a shame that many staff are so over stretched and we need to seek out help when we're most vulnerable :(
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Susanne Remic May 2
Hi I'm here- first time on Twitter in AGES!
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Susanne Remic Apr 28
Help me get my supportive, caring social enterprise business in front of Richard Branson - hit the link to vote for me in Pitch 2018:
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Susanne Remic Apr 26
Yes I was burnt as a kid. Scary to think now!
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Social Rules! Apr 26
Exactly! Being bunt is horrid, its happened to me so much as i'm so pale especially as a kid. The sun is much stronger now!
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