From October 2018, my mental health began to deteriorate following the passing of my grandfather on 30th September 2018. Grief is different in everyone. Some know how to cope with it, whereas some don’t. For me, I’d never fully experienced grief. I’ve lost loved ones in before my grandfather passed last year, but I wasn’t old enough to understand grief overall.
The Doctor has been flying around our television screens for more than five decades now. Starting with William Hartnell as the First Doctor, the show has adapted to modern times all throughout its episodes. After 12 male Doctors, 2018 introduced the show’s first ever female Doctor: Jodie Whittaker.
* Series 12 spoilers feature in this article *
2017 was the year of sadness and excitement for Doctor Who fans. In early 2017, current Doctor at the time Peter Capaldi announced he would be stepping down as the Doctor and Series 10 (ending in July 2017) would be his final series. Capaldi, [Pearl] Mackie and [Matt] Lucas all bowed out in the Christmas Special “Twice Upon a Time,” which saw David Bradley portray the First Doctor.
In 2017, it was announced that Peter Capaldi will be departing the hit BBC sci-fi show Doctor Who. Capaldi played the Doctor from 2014-2017 before handing over the TARDIS key to Jodie Whittaker—the first female to take on the main lead.
So, I recently discovered something that could potentially work incredibly well, providing it gets the attention it deserves. I saw an article online, which went into detail about the new Hidden Disability Sunflower Lanyard Scheme.