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. [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

The Week from Hell

This is the fifth part in sharing my personal experience of battling with ill health. Continuing on from Was this Going To be My Last Christmas? The night before London, I barely slept. Knowing I was about to stay in London, in a hospital that I’d never been to nor heard of before now, for [...]

To the Point of No Return

This is the third part in sharing my persnal experience with battling ill health. Continuing on from The Beginning of The End. Since March, I had been keeping track of my weight, I was almost 18 stone. By September, I was 12 stone. I thought I had a UTI (Urinary Tract Infection) as weeing was [...]

The Reality of Vision Loss, Anxiety, PTSD & Depression – Guest Post by jim

The Reality of Vision Loss, Anxiety, PTSD & Depression – Guest Post by jim

Jim’s guest post is the 12th 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 Jim! Where to begin? Well, often when asked for a bio, I open with [...]