‘I’m Craig, and I’m here to help.’
I’ve been through a lot – some good, some bad, all relevant.
Growing up in the late 80s/early 90s, I struggled with internalised homophobia, feeling I had no role models as a newly blossoming gay man.
Now I want to be that person for you, except not a role model – more a friend.
I want to help – if you want me to …
I’m honoured to be an agony uncle for Vada Magazine, and I really want to impart any pearls of wisdom I have to help those who need it.
I’ve learnt a hell of a lot in my nearly 30 years on the planet and I have made a lot of mistakes – and I still make them! And you will too, but I want you to know it’s okay to slip up. It’s what we do next that counts.
I’m trying to become a more positive person and I would like you to join me on my journey – I’ll help you too as best as I can. I’m sure you can help me.
No question is a silly question, and I will answer all as best as I can.
More about me:
My editor said: ‘Describe yourself in a few hundred words.’
Hmmm. Be concise. Be humorous. Be succinct. Be truthful. Be myself …
‘Be’ no longer looks like a real word?!
Craig. Glaswegian. 29. 175cm. 80kg. Retired actor. Writer. Customer-service-slave. Son. Brother. Fiancé. Friend. Cat owner. Wannabe dog owner. Wannabe daddy. Wannabe rock-star. Once bearded. Now mustachioed. Tattooed. Ex-smoker. Now vaper. Problem drinker. Now trial ex-drinker. Medicated depressive. Social media whizz-kid. Opinionated. Bossy. Socialist. LGBT activist. Insatiable flirt. Marlon Brando-lover. Geek. List-maker. Over-sharer. Oh … massive homo!
Thanks for reading.
Any questions or problems you need advice with … email: email@example.com.
Live life, and love.