It’s not easy, but I believe it is important not to hide and internalise our mental health. You may remember a few years ago a long post I wrote about my mothers MS, and how I coped with this growing up. I keep meaning to write some more thoughts, but suffice to say there have … More Today, I cried.
Trigger warning – this is an intensely personal and frank account of how MS has affected my life. Sometimes, it hits me like a freight train in the night. I started writing these words whilst I sat watching dance groups from across the UK in Edinburgh. As they were performing some phenomenal dances the thought … More MS and me
I’d like to share with you a few thoughts about my life, specifically a positive decision I have made over the last month that has bought happiness into my life. Let me start off with some context. I was raised an only child, with parents who divorced when I was before my age hit double … More Looking after yourself