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Thoughts on face coverings

Face coverings are something that have been a constant throughout the ongoing global pandemic. But should you wear one?

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What depression feels like to me.

Today I've been feeling suicidal. Those of you that have followed my story throughout the lifetime of this blog will be aware that this is nothing new. I often have days where I've just had enough of being me and can't be bothered to carry on. Today was one of those days, and I couldn't… Continue reading What depression feels like to me.

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When it comes to health care, consistency is key.

Growing up I was pretty much the only person in my class to never break a bone. Other people were always coming in with their legs in plaster, swinging from a set of crutches. One guy in my class at middle school even fell off the wall climbing bars and smashed his two front teeth… Continue reading When it comes to health care, consistency is key.

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A #mentalhealth thought for the day

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Mind Fog

Mind fog. The inability to concentrate and think of anything. You have the ambition and the desire to try and achieve your daily goals but because of the swirling, ever-present pea-soup that sits in your mind like an un-welcome visitor you are unable to even contemplate getting that task list checked off. I've battled the… Continue reading Mind Fog

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Living with Obstructive Sleep Apnoea

It's 4.45am and once again I find myself wide awake and unable to fall back asleep. That's not through want of trying though! No having awoken from my usual disturbed slumber at the ludicrous time of 3.30am I've done all the usual things you do when you wake up in the middle of the night… Continue reading Living with Obstructive Sleep Apnoea