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Curious Times - Teresa Joyce, There's a Fine Line

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Teresa Joyce, Author of "There's a Fine Line" joins us to share her story.

Teresa Joyce was born in Huddersfield in Yorkshire on the 15th December 1958. She spent time living in both Huddersfield and Cornwall, before the family moved to Bristol. This is where she resides to this day.

She joined the Royal Air Force just before her 16th birthday and really enjoyed the life style. Since that time she has had a varied career, which were to include office work and teaching Aerobics and weights part time.

Today as the result of an accident she is unable to work, she now lives alone with her small dog for company. If she were to have a passion it would be undoubtedly her Grandson, carving out a place in her heart with nothing more than a smile. If there was ever a reason for her to continue on in this life it was his arrival. Before this time there have been many occasions where she had wanted out of life completely.

She has spent many years within the care umbrella of the Psychiatric services, which would be true to say has not changed to this very day. There have been many people over the years all with one common goal, to help rid her head of the demons which seem so reluctant to leave, which sadly has never been completely successful. They are still looming there in the back ground never too far away, like an uninvited guest at a party that never knows when it’s time to leave. But it is time to leave and in writing this book she hopes that the time has come. 

Teresa speaks on the topics of Abuse, Mental Health and Recovery and has been a guest on many radio shows.
You can learn more about Teresa by visiting her website at:

http://www.teresajoyce.com

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