What RSD is like, and how I manage my chronic pain condition.
Let me start by telling you that I'm someone who has never been in trouble before. I've never had a detention, never been fined or arrested and have most certainly never been to jail. I'm quite a cheeky, playful person, but I have respect for the law and the brave men and women who risk … Continue reading I May Break The UK’s New Lockdown Laws, But Here’s Why
Image by PDPics from Pixabay I remember the countless medical appointments of my youth, there was the paediatrician, the audiologist, the physiotherapist, the speech therapist, the child psychologist and the geneticist, each one had a different role and a different part in my development. One by one, they all agreed that I would be able … Continue reading The Odd One Out: Autism, My Mother & Me
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