Collaborative post Confidence at work can be really hard to achieve. It can take years for you to feel at ease and to ditch the imposter syndrome. However, it doesn’t take much to bring it back again. A workplace accident is a classic example of this. It can leave you needing some time off work to recover and could leave you feeling anxious or stressed at the thought of returning to work. But why should an accident hold you back from what you’ve worked so hard to achieve? Don’t let an accident at work ruin
Erin was born premature at 36+4 and even though she was a tiny 4lb 8oz, I don’t think I ever really thought too much about how small and fragile she really was. I look back at pictures of Erin as a newborn now and I think she can’t really have ever been that small. Of course, she was though. While I am so protective over Erin in certain circumstances but I have always encouraged her to be independent and strong willed. She is nearly 2 and the most strong willed little girl I have ever known.