It was a privilege to be interviewed for Cheshire Life magazine, as part of a feature about people from my hometown.  Self-confidence is not my strong point so I was half-proud V half-terrified, but they were really lovely and soon put me at ease.  I talked about how my experience with postpartum psychosis inspired me to set up my charity.  As it says in the article I moved to London for 10 years when I was younger, but after I had a family of my own I couldn’t wait to move back to my small hometown and I don’t think I would live anywhere else now. I am extremely fortunate to live in a very family-orientated place with a great sense of community.