It’s okay to break, to fall apart, to cry. Experience everything you feel, don’t push it away. Then, when you’re ready, gather those beautiful broken pieces and get back up, ready to fight for…

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  I came across this article a little while ago and it irked me, as it should. It should annoy anyone reading it, because it’s ridiculous. 43 year old Sophia Warner suffers from Cerebral Palsy, and…

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  Is this something you’d like to do, given the chance? To cancel, to get a refund, to go back and have a life you remember from before illness? I would. But it can do…

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  That we can be our own worst enemies, but also that we can be our own best friends. We can be a champion for ourselves, if only we speak to ourselves with more kindness…

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The fight may be invisible, but we are not. A person with an invisible illness is still a person. A friend, a child, a parent, a colleague, a lover. An invisible illness does not define…

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Saturday 7th October 2017 marks Colostomy Day and I wanted to do a little something for it. I’m glad I wrote most of this the other day but sadly I haven’t done the photos I…

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