Learning to Breathe Again: Part 1

This is the eleventh part in sharing my personal experience of battling ill health. Continuing on from My Time in Intensive Care: Part 2. I opened my eyes and realised Mum and Jill were no longer in my room. I looked at the nurse and mouthed, “What happened?” She replied, “We think you had a […]

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My Time in Intensive Care: Part 2

This is the tenth part in sharing my personal experience of battling ill health. Continuing on from My Time in Intensive Care. The more the tracheostomy was mentioned, the more I was getting freaked out about it. But I wanted to get better. It had taken me a couple of days to agree to go […]

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My Time in Intensive Care

This is the ninth part in sharing my persnal experience of battling ill health. *Trigger Warning: May be distressing to some readers* Continuing on from Nobody Will Know I’m Here. All of what is said in this post, I can’t remember what order it happened in. Apologies as it’s taken me a while to remember. […]

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Nobody Will Know I’m Here

This is the eighth part in sharing my personal experience of battling with ill health . *Trigger Warning: Distressing scenarios mentioned in this post* Continuing on from The Last Time. Very early hours one morning, I was woken up by nurses, and saw paramedics around me. I thought something bad had happened. I was moved […]

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The Last Time

This is the seventh part in sharing my experience of battling with ill health. *Trigger Warning: Distressing scenarios mentioned in this post. Continuing on from I Knew Something Wasn’t Right. Forgive me, if this post seems to be all over the place. During this time, I was heavily sedated, and I couldn’t tell the difference […]

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I Knew Something Wasn’t Right

This is the sixth part in sharing my personal experience of battling with ill health . *Trigger Warning. Very distressing scenarios are mentioned in this post. Continuing on from The Week From Hell. The day after I came home, I woke up with a horrible burning feeling in my stomach, maybe I caught something from […]

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The Reality of Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia – Guest Post by Jeff

Jeff’s guest post is the 17th post in the segment on my blog, called “The Reality Of…” which gives others the ability to share their story and raise awareness of the disabilities, illnesses, impairments and invisible illnesses that they have. Meet Jeff! My name, which is nothing remarkable, is Jeff Neurman. I recently turned 46, […]

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The Reality of Bipolar Disorder – Guest Post by Jen

Jen’s guest post is the 16th post in the segment on my blog, called “The Reality Of…” which gives others the ability to share their story and raise awareness of the disabilities, illnesses, impairments and invisible illnesses that they have. Meet Jen! Hi, my name is Jen. I’m from a small town called Cedar Lake […]

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The Reality of Retinitis Pigmentosa & Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – Guest Post by Elin

Elin’s guest post is the 13th post in the segment on my blog, called “The Reality Of…” which gives others the ability to share their story and raise awareness of the disabilities, illnesses, impairments and invisible illnesses that they have. Meet Elin! Hello! I’m Elin, a 20-year-old disability and lifestyle blogger and Open University student […]

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