Brigid P. Gallagher

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Stirling, The United Kingdom



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Brigid P. Gallagher aspired to becoming a doctor but it was not her destiny.
Instead she embarked on studies to become one of the first natural medicine practitioners in Scotland, eventually becoming a tutor for community projects, a woman's prison, and the Open Studies and Summer Schools of Stirling University from 1993 to 1999.
In 1999, she relocated to Donegal, Ireland - the home of her ancestors. Four years later she succumbed to a mystery illness that was eventually diagnosed as fibromyalgia.
"Stopping the World" forced her to reassess her life, and creative writing became a significant aid in her recovery.
She eventually retrained in organic horticulture, worked in the glorious gardens of Glenveagh Castle, and inspired children and teache

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My Last Blog Post – Every Moment is a Fresh Beginning

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Sadly, this is my last blog post after four and a half years of blogging.

Stepping back was not an easy decision to make.

However, it is the right one for me.

Thank You

A HUGE thank you to everyone who has read and commented on my posts. I really appreciate your support.

Many of you have become good friends, and I hope we can continue our friendships through Facebook and Twitter.

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Denise Welch is a well known and highly accomplished actress, who outwardly looks very happy and bubbly. Yet, she like many others has battled with depression, alcohol and drug issues.
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Lynda Filler was given a devastating diagnosis in 2008, yet she is still alive to tell her story. Although she was given a short time to live, she decided to seek alternative forms of healing, while still embracing conventional medicine.
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I only recently discovered this brave, enigmatic and charismatic man, wartime photographer Robert Capa, and wanted to know more.
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I wondered if the second book in "The Corfu Trilogy" would measure up to the first. However, I was not disappointed.
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