Here are 5 ways to help you not to stop being overwhelmed by chronic illness.
link to Functional Electrical Stimulation is changing my life
link to A Great Month Despite Chronic Illness
Living with a chronic illness can be tough, very tough. For me the sickness is Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis, and the key word there is Progressive. This means no matter what I do it will...
link to A Delicate Subject – Disabled Toilets
All Gender ToiletsPicture By AxelBoldt
This post was going to be an information piece about disabled toilets, and the way we should build them. However, in my research, and chatting on Twitter,...
link to Chronically Hopeful Awards
Rhiann from My Brain Lesion and Me, Jordyn from The Chronically Unimaginable and Heather from Dinosaurs, Donkey's and MS have nominated me for the Chronically Hopeful Award. I am sorry it has...
link to Difficult decisions forced by chronic illness
My hand was trembling as I pressed the green phone icon on my phone. Tremor is a symptom of Multiple Sclerosis, but not one of my symptoms. Fear caused this shake, I had decided, and now I had to...
link to Disabled Drivers and Climate Change
In the last few days the government of Ireland announced its goals in tackling Climate Change. They ranged from the use of plastics to home insulation, all to reduce the damage we are doing to the...