What’s coming up in the next issue…


As there is only a week or so until the 4th issue of Finding Our Voices I thought I’d give you a quick sneak preview of what’s included!

  • How to survive a summer holiday – How do we get over our fears and actually enjoy our holidays?
  • Why Boris? – Joanna writes about sensory stories and why Boris the Bumble Bee (a character in one of her sensory stories) has been very popular recently
  • Your SM experiences – This month we hear from a teenager who has recently graduated school and also from a parent whose daughter with SM is now doing well after taking part in a CBT programme
  • SM in TV and film – Is TV and film portraying SM in the right light and what can we do about it?
  • Art therapy – How and why art can help us relax
  • Over to you… Featuring the amazing artwork some of you have sent in! If you would like to send your own art in for the magazine you can email it to: contact@findingourvoices.co.uk (if you want to send in anonymously please let me know)
  • Plus… Exciting news about the 5th issue of Finding Our Voices out in August which will be the one year birthday issue! Join us for celebrations, more details coming soon.

I just wanted to take this chance to say thank you so much to all of you who have helped with the magazine so far with suggestions, encouragement and feedback, and especially to those of you who have sent in articles, artwork and ideas. It’s you I do the magazine for and it’s great that you’ve all got involved so please keep it up! It’s your magazine – if you have an idea of something you’d like to see in future issues, or if you’d like to send in anything please do let me know. You’re welcome to send in anonymously if you don’t want your name to show in the magazine and I’ll always check before adding it in so please don’t worry and feel free to email with any questions you have.

Thank you everyone!

Rosie

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