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Sam Stucky

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I’m just a bee
Find any flower, and I nest in any tree
And I wait and see
Don’t want to do something that might come back to haunt me
Any apple, any tree
I need somewhere to lay my hat, sleep peacefully
But I decay, so steadily
I need reassurance that I’m where I’m supposed to be

Cause there are trees and there are flowers
There’s a million ways for me
To satisfy my needs
And I can’t understand it, no, I never seem to see
Chase the things I want
Don’t wait for them to come to me

Am I what you need?
Do I define success by putting others’ minds at ease?
I’m so afraid, I’m afraid to be
I take any suggestion and I eat it forcefully
All the options, everyday
You say something different, but you say: Sam, it’s the only way
But any outcome, that I see
Might make someone happy, but I’m not sure that someone’s me

Cause there are trees and there are flowers
There’s a million ways for me
To satisfy my needs
And I can’t understand it, no, I never seem to see
Chase the things I want
Don’t wait for them to come to me

Oh, don’t wait for them to come to me
I’ll be the change I want to see
I’ll stop complaining
I’ll shut my mouth
I got to figure out what being me is all about

Cause there are trees and there are flowers
There’s a million ways for me
To satisfy my needs
And I can’t understand it, no, I never seem to see
Chase the things I want
Don’t wait for them to come to me

Eu sou apenas uma abelha
Encontre qualquer flor e eu aninho em qualquer árvore
E eu espero e vejo
Não quero fazer algo que possa voltar para me assombrar
Qualquer maçã, qualquer árvore
Eu preciso de um lugar para colocar meu chapéu, dormir em paz
Mas eu me deterioro com tanta firmeza
Preciso ter certeza de que estou onde deveria estar

Porque existem árvores e flores
Há um milhão de maneiras para mim
Para satisfazer minhas necessidades
E eu não consigo entender, não, eu nunca pareço ver
Persiga as coisas que eu quero
Não espere que eles venham até mim

Eu sou o que você precisa?
Defino sucesso colocando a mente dos outros à vontade?
Eu estou com tanto medo, tenho medo de estar
Aceito qualquer sugestão e como-a com força
Todas as opções, todos os dias
Você diz algo diferente, mas diz: Sam, é a única maneira
Mas qualquer resultado que eu vejo
Pode fazer alguém feliz, mas não tenho certeza de que alguém seja eu

Porque existem árvores e flores
Há um milhão de maneiras para mim
Para satisfazer minhas necessidades
E eu não consigo entender, não, eu nunca pareço ver
Persiga as coisas que eu quero
Não espere que eles venham até mim

Oh, não espere que eles venham até mim
Eu serei a mudança que eu quero ver
Vou parar de reclamar
Vou calar minha boca
Eu tenho que descobrir o que significa ser eu

Porque existem árvores e flores
Há um milhão de maneiras para mim
Para satisfazer minhas necessidades
E eu não consigo entender, não, eu nunca pareço ver
Persiga as coisas que eu quero
Não espere que eles venham até mim

Sam Stucky – Seeds (Letra e música para ouvir) – I’m just a bee / Find any flower, and I nest in any tree / And I wait and see / Don’t want to do something that might come back to haunt me / Any apple,

S.E.E.D.S

Supporting parents to make good choices…

S.E.E.D.S received a referral this year from a local medical centre, concerning Sam, an older mum with two young daughters.

Sam was battling postnatal depression, and struggling to cope with her 1 and 3-year-old daughters, Abby and Xanthe. Abby had health issues and Sam was finding it difficult to establish a routine and keep on top of everything. We decided to send our coordinator out for a chat.

On our first visit, Sam was visibly distressed. Tearfully, she apologised for a messy house and shared some of her fears. She was upset at feeling unable to cope and didn’t feel able to ask her husband or in-laws for help. Now that her daughter was experiencing health problems, everything felt too much to handle, and she had no idea how to talk to her husband about how she was feeling. More than anything, Sam felt alone, was scared of being judged, and wasn’t sure where to turn.

Our coordinator was able to reassure Sam and provide a kind and listening ear. We set Sam up with a weekly visit from a Parent Support Worker to help her get back on track.

At their first meeting, the Parent Support Worker and Sam hit it off. Working together, they developed strategies to help with Abby and her health problems. Sam visited a new doctor, with her Parent Support Worker alongside. Concerns about Abby’s treatment were discussed and a number of changes made, which have resulted in a hugely positive change in Abby’s wellbeing.

Sam mentioned that she would like to return to work part-time but wasn’t sure how to approach this with her husband, David. Our Parent Support Worker helped Sam develop a plan for how to communicate how she was feeling. The outcome was better than Sam could ever have expected. David simply hadn’t realised how Sam had been feeling, and immediately offered his support. He spoke to his parents about the situation and they were willing to help any way they could. With the weight of suffering in silence lifted, Sam began to realise that she had a support network full of people willing and able to help.

S.E.E.D.S Supporting parents to make good choices… S.E.E.D.S received a referral this year from a local medical centre, concerning Sam, an older mum with two young daughters. Sam was