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Taking a mental health break

So, it's the summer holidays. I should be getting myself out there, gaining valuable work experience and what not. But am I? No. And not that I haven't tried. Despite not wanting to be a Lawyer, I have kidded myself enough times that I do and periodically applied for vacations schemes throughout the year. I… Continue reading Taking a mental health break

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Finished 2nd year law//A year in review

Wow! First things first, that went quick. It seems like it was only yesterday when I moved into my student house and now I'm packing up and getting ready to go home for the summer, with an exciting trip planned at the end of July. Thinking of it, it's been such a good year, despite… Continue reading Finished 2nd year law//A year in review

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6 weeks of 2nd year

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

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The Difference between being Well and Chronically sick.

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.

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The reality of being mentally ill and having an Undiagnosed Chronic Illness

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

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Gaining Perspective, learning to go easy on myself while I can.

Hello, so frequent readers of my blog will know that I have recently been going through a lot of feelings of guilt, weakness and denial. But recently I feel I have found some perspective or atleast I am starting to get over those feelings for the time being. I guess it comes from the perspective… Continue reading Gaining Perspective, learning to go easy on myself while I can.

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“You Look Well”

Hello again readers of my blog. Today I'm writing about the "You look well" or "You look healthy" or any other variation of the two comment that people quite often make. The comment that many people with eating disorders find triggering, they find to be one their head twists to mean "Your fat" "You've gained… Continue reading “You Look Well”