What an absolutey landmark day occurred this week. I'm still pinching myself. GET - aka Graded Exercise Therapy is to be scrapped as a so called ‘treatment’ for MEcfs sufferers in the UK. The implications of this long awaited decision are immeasurable. Not only for current and future sufferers of MEcfs, but also for LongCovid … Continue reading GET lost – Farewell to Graded Exercise Therapy for UK ME Sufferers – Hopefully
My MEcfs Brain doesn't always cope well with questions, waiting, planning, changes and life in general. Does my brain function in a different way to other ME sufferers grey matter? I really don't know. But at times it can seem like a comedy double act! [1700 words approx]. I have to use all manner of … Continue reading MEcfs – My Brain – A Comedy
I had a lovely surprise during this mainly rainy week here in the UK. Lyndsey of The Happy Book Blog nominated my blog for the Sunshine Blogger Award! So I'm delighted to accept and share the love. What is the Sunshine Blogger Award? The Sunshine Blogger Award is peers recognition award for bloggers who inspire readers by … Continue reading Woop! It’s The Sunshine Blogger Award
Hi from here!🙋 This week, May 5 - 12, 2019 is M.E. Awareness Week. As an ME sufferer myself, I am so aware of the importance of joining the effort to raise awareness of a much maligned and misunderstood chronic illness.
#WhatsYourWord - Part 2 I hadn't realised how helpful #WhatsYourWord was going to be. Ongoing discussions and debates in the ME/cfs world, concerning *GET & *CBT and the damage it can cause, have very recently severely disrupted & challenged my peace. And it has caught me off guard. Having taken years to reach a point … Continue reading #WhatsYourWord – Part 2
I try to have a word for the New Year as I don't always find resolutions very realistic, well for me anyway. So... Prompted by the WP Daily Prompt, thank you. Encouraged by the post by Melanie at melaniespickett.com ~ 5 Ways to a Happy New Year. And the post by shepherdessfortheking.com ~ One Word for 2018. I settled on … Continue reading What’s Your Word? Part 1