Apologies for being away for a few days and not being around to answer messages or read other blogs very much. Got taken in to A&E first thing Friday morning, so I’ve spent the last…

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I’m doing something a little special today – A guest post from a fellow blogger, Ella. Thank you for sharing! 🙂 As someone who has suffered with anxiety and depression for many years, I am…

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My journey with mental health, especially anxiety, hasn’t been a smooth ride. It took me a long time to come to accept my issues and the use of medication, and that wasn’t an easy thing to…

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I used to love reading as a kid, but it wasn’t something I did as regularly in my teens. I now break out into a cold sweat if I don’t have something at hand to…

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I just wanted to say a huge thank you to all of my readers today – Every visit on my blog and its Facebook page is hugely appreciated and means a lot to me, so…

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Ladies, I’d like to know if I’m alone here in my experience with gynaecologists of the male variety. When there’s not much choice over who you get (no choice) and appointments are so sparse (6…

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Given the limited time you get in a GP appointment, whittled down to 10 minutes in the UK, it can be difficult getting in everything you want to say if you have to cover a lot…

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Today, Monday 10th October 2016, is World Mental Health Day. It’s an important day to get people talking, because talking about it is what will hopefully keep breaking the barriers. Mental health is so important,…

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Newer ostomates in particular may not be aware of what’s out there in terms of undies and support wear. I was never told about hernias or the need for support wear, only that I could…

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Yep, it’s the start of a new month (white rabbits!) and the last quarter of the year. Where did all that time go? Saturday 1st October 2016 is Colostomy Awareness Day, headed up by the wonderful…

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