Category Archives: mental health

Equal Nox

Is it Springtime yet? The equinox of autumnal foreboding has happened and I’m already dreading the coming winter. Last winter was so full of biting cold and bitchy snow that it left me poorly equipped to deal with 2018. Hibernation … Continue reading

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This Is This

The city streets were busy today, so much so that I couldn’t last more than an hour in the centre before having to head home and sit in silence. As well as overwhelmed, I felt lonely in the crowd. And … Continue reading

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Steeler’s Wheel

Mittwok. It’s a weekly festival of inbetweeniness. A time of groaning pageantry. Well, not pageantry exactly, more a craning of the neck and staring forward to the end of the working day on Friday. Just because I’m disabled doesn’t mean … Continue reading

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The Most Important Meal Of The Day

Oh oh. Cake for breakfast? That’s never a good sign. Unless it’s Sugar Puffs cake, in which case I’m just lowering my lactose intake. This wasn’t Sugar Puffs cake. Cake for breakfast, which isn’t a song title, can mean one … Continue reading

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Here Be Monsters

Those who care about you and want to know you when you are going through your worst times are wonderful people indeed. In some ways all I’ve ever wanted from life is to be accepted for who I am at … Continue reading

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The Perfect Blendship

Without the kindness and support of friends, in person and across the interwebs, I’m not convinced I’d have made it this far into 2018. Between my physical and my emotional health I have been smashed to pieces and come close … Continue reading

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Muddy-cation

It’s a complicated process being me. Say most difficult people. Which is why I say it. I’m difficult as well as complicated. Or difficult because I’m complicated. Or complicated because I’m difficult. And verbose. Because… Since making the distressing decision … Continue reading

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