Hello again readers of my blog. Today I am coming to you after 6 weeks of second year. Well six weeks of lectures. 7 if you count freshers week and 8 if you consider the fact that reading week is almost over. The last 6 weeks have been hard. I started out trying to do… Continue reading 6 weeks of 2nd year
One of the biggest problems us Chronically ill face is the lack of understanding from those who don't suffer the same afflictions. Which, I get it. You can't understand something like this. Something that you've never been experienced before and sounds so alien from your healthy person life. I feel one of the best ways… Continue reading The Difference between being Well and Chronically sick.
Mental illnesses often go hand in hand with Chronic illnesses. It's part of the territory. It makes a lot of sense really. Through all the fear, the confusion, the loss of life quality, friends, supporters. Having all of your peers move on with life, seeing them progress and there you are. Still sick. It makes… Continue reading The reality of being mentally ill and having an Undiagnosed Chronic Illness
Please be kind, we are incredibly fragile people. We break easily. Both literally and metaphorically speaking. We need treating with care. Please remember this before you say anything judgemental. Please don't say any of the below list: Why don't you just try? - We are trying. So much more than you can see. Unfortunately, us spoonies… Continue reading To people who have never experienced the hardship of mental/chronic illnesses…
So it must have been November time when i came up with the clever idea to change degrees, change the course of my life. And embark on the journey of considering, thinking and eventually applying for and getting an offer to study Theatre at the university I currently attend and study Law at. Now this… Continue reading Between Law and Theatre
Hello guys. So lately that nasty little thing called comparison with others has started to creep in again, something major. And it's creeped in, in many ways. One of those ways is in making me feel like I haven't done enough with my life in the past. Haven't been doing enough with my life over… Continue reading Dealing with guilt, feeling over privilaged.
Hello, today I want to make a post about how my chronic illness (Most likely endo) changed me. Because that's what it did. It changed me, a lot. In some ways good, and in most ways bad. Anyways let's get started. I guess the first change was that I went from being an active child… Continue reading How Chronic illness changed me