So today I want to talk about anxiety. I have suffered with anxiety for so long I don't actually remember what life is like without it. Anxiety is one of the reasons too that I've been struggling again to write. I have been really feeling as though people would only read my writing if it … Continue reading Anxiety, me and what it feels like
A few days ago I was talking to a friend of mine (who also blogs and can be found at https://danonwheels.wordpress.com/) and we got onto the subject of doctors, I had had a particularly unhelpful doctors appointment where 95% of my issues and concerns had been dismissed as something that she couldn't do anything about, … Continue reading Why being called a medical “enigma” or “puzzle” is not helpful
This post is one of the 22 I've had sitting ready to finish. I wanted to finish it now, mainly because it's happening again, I'm unable to go out as an issue with my mobility scooter is isolating me again and although last weekend I had a great trip to London (a birthday treat that … Continue reading When isolation becomes the norm…
As you may have noticed I've been absent for a few months again now. I've been struggling with both what to write, and with my own health and mental health. I'm hoping that I can start again fresh now it's the new year, I will rewrite some of the posts I've had sitting waiting and … Continue reading Why we need to change our perception of Autism
Yet again it's been a long time between blog posts, yet again I feel I have to apologise. I've been getting a lot of writers block recently and my mental health has taken a bit of a nose dive, these two things have clubbed together to make me feel very disillusioned with blogging. I've felt … Continue reading How a thoughtless act can ruin a trip out
Having a chronic illness or long term condition usually comes with the need to have many hospital and doctors appointments. You can sometimes get to know the staff so well that they know its you on the phone before you identify yourself, and treat you like a friend when you walk into the surgery etc. … Continue reading Medical overload and operation stress!
I today made a telephone call! Ok so to a lot of people this is not a big deal but to me these cause a huge panic. It starts when I decide I need to make the call, usually this is a last minute decision because if I have time to think about it for … Continue reading A plea for all
May in my EDS world is awareness month. As I've explained to you before I have got a bit of awareness month fatigue, there are so many of them and so many different days. However for me awareness month is how I found out about EDS and how I finally got some of my answers. … Continue reading EDS Awareness Month……….and what you need to know about my condition!
I decided about half way through my previous post that not only was the post getting incredibly long, but it was also going to make everyone switch off!! 31 questions would be fine if they were really short answers, but they aren't! So I apologise for what might be two really long and tedious posts, … Continue reading Awareness month and What you need to know about my EDS part 2!!
Last night I went up to bed. I walked into my room, and despite my mum having spent hours that morning tidying and cleaning my room the first thing I noticed was that my teddy bears had been moved. I looked around, where were they? The first words that came out of my mouth, before … Continue reading I sometimes wish my brain worked like other people’s!!