‘Uncommon’ illness and misdiagnosis: Dysautonomia Awareness Month

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Bad times don’t last forever – growing through pain: Keeping Up Courage Part 3

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Processing diagnosis and the importance of experiencing the emotions that come with it – ‘Keeping Up Courage’ Part 2

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‘Keeping Up Courage’ – Part 1: Facing reality after surgery

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Welcome to my new website & Exciting News!

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Life is as easy or as hard as we (or our minds) make it – becoming aware of how our thoughts affect us.

This is a little journal entry I wrote of what I have realised about how my thoughts can impact my life…  don’t fight it. try accept things as they come. we make things worse when we think about how something should or shouldn’t be when sometimes we just have to Continue Reading

Something I have found helpful for sleep? feat. Exyra

They say we spend about a quarter of our day if not more, using screens. Unfortunately, in this day and age using screens has become pretty much unavoidable. I am constantly on my computer for work or uni and am always on my phone… This has led to problems with Continue Reading

Magazines I have been loving and exciting news

With busy schedules, brain fog and chronic illness sometimes books aren’t the easiest to read or commit to. So I have found magazines to be a calming alternative. The way they are broken down into sections and articles make them much more manageable. I love how the variety of topics Continue Reading

What helped me get better: Chronic Fatigue, POTS and Anxiety

I receive a lot of messages from fellow chronic fatigue syndrome, postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome and anxiety sufferers asking ‘what have you found helpful’ and ‘is there anything you can recommend to help me get better.’ So today I thought I would give a quick overview on what I have found Continue Reading