10th November 2018

Improving our communications

  This blog is written in tribute to those suffering from a neurological or cognitive impairment, who are no longer able to communicate verbally. Talking […]
27th August 2018

Responding to Challenging Situations

This blog is dedicated to my mother and loved ones, along with the incredible doctors and nurses who saved my life. This time last year I […]
12th August 2018

Depression

Depression will affect one in four of us at some point in our lives. If depression is not being recognised then neither will be a […]
21st June 2018

Loss and Grief

Life has always been precarious, fragile and impermanence may seem harsh. Life is about gain and loss, accepting this allows us the potential for healing […]
10th May 2018

Pain

Pain Pain is debilitating, our natural human response to pain is to escape from it, get rid of, or avoid it. The reality for many pain sufferers’ is, […]
19th March 2018

Managing the symptoms and side effects of my autoimmune disease

Managing the symptoms and side effects of my autoimmune disease is a juggling act. Like many sufferers of an autoimmune disease I am prescribed a […]
3rd January 2018

Coping with the Bad Days

Coping with flare ups and the bad days. Coping with my Autoimmune diseases is work in progress, no two days are the same. One day […]
30th December 2017

My First Post-An Introduction

In 2008 I was diagnosed with complex mixed connective tissue disease (Scleroderma, Raynauds Phenomenon/Systemic Sclerosis /Myositis/ with inflammatory Rheumatoid Arthritis overlap). This disease came as […]