I haven’t actually written about my disabilities and how they impact my day to day life for a while. This isn’t because they haven’t been affecting me, but simply because when I’ve passed comments I’ve found that certain areas of the disabled community (and society…. I’ll get there) seem to think it’s a competition of some sort and that some people just aren’t “disabled enough”; for what exactly I’m not 100% sure.
What I am sure about is that just because I don’t “look disabled” doesn’t mean my disability can be written off or ignored & invalidated and when I say the words “I am disabled”, I shouldn’t have to prove it to anyone.
Continue reading Not Disabled Enough…?
Ah… it’s a chronic illness blog – I’m gonna class this in my Fibro Updates tag, however this whole blog applies to every single chronic illness out there (I see you spoonies. I see you.)
Read on…. it may be a long one… I like to be thorough.
Continue reading Don’t Say These Things
It’s been too long since I updated my GoFundMe account so I thought it was about time.
Continue reading GoFundMe : Mobility Mission.
OK so imma add in a little background info about just why im so excited about PokemonGo.
If you’re new to my blog – I have depression, borderline personality, bipolar and depression.
when pokemon first came out, we didn’t have the money for the handheld or the games. they were just far too expensive, so while everyone was playing the card game or the Gameboy, I had a sega mega drive (which I absolutely loved, it was my first gaming console).
Continue reading how PokemonGo is helping me battle depression.
I’ve actually been wanting to do this blog for a while and I’ve never really been able to put into words what it’s like.
After today I think I have the descriptions down. And yes….. this will get VERY VERY TMI.
Continue reading TMI – FMS things no-one talks about
One of the things few people openly talk about in regards to fibromyalgia, is food intolerance and what it does to our systems.
Well i am gonna break that silence. Take it from here on out that it may get TMI – sorry, but this happens.
Continue reading Fibro and food intolerance
The time has come…. And I hate that so much. I at least out did the doctor’s original estimate which was wheelchair before 30.
I’ve now got to the point where walking into town or going to Peterborough is almost out the question because I’m in constant pain.
Continue reading Wheelchair…?
That is the question……
I’ve never really opened up about some of the personal issues that arise from having a chronic illness such as fibromyalgia.
Well now I will.
Continue reading To shower or not to shower…
It’s not often I completely run out of spoons; I run low lots of times but very rarely run out completely.
Today is one of the days when I have no spoons. I’ve never written about what it’s like to have no spoons.
Continue reading No spoons….
Euch…. I’ve had to mentally psych myself up for this blog because I have no clue where to even start.
Since being diagnosed in 2010 and learning I’d probably had my fibro since I was a child, I have only ever had two fibromyalgia crises. The first was in 2013 and I was at a gig (30 Seconds to Mars) with my ex. We had to leave early and I was wheeled to the tube after I refused to go to the hospital.
Continue reading Fibromyalgia Crisis