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10 Positive Things

I was reading some of my follower’s blogs and had seen that one follower had seen this idea. So i decided to take part too. 285 more words

Depression

My run for the NSPCC in the Great North Run 2015

Back and back; back from Bangledesh and after a weekend off back to the training with less than three weeks to go until my first ever half marathon and the pre-lude to the Great North Run in September. 737 more words

Autism

Great North Run and other things

So I may have not have mentioned, but I managed to bag myself an entry to the Great North Run for 2015.  On 13 September, 2015 I will line up with 56 999 other runners to complete 13.1 miles.   272 more words

Training

My run for the NSPCC in the Great North Run 2015

I’ve been here before haven’t i? The horns, the dust, the smiles, the chaos, yet order. But I’m in Dhaka not Delhi, although to the untrained eye it is hard to tell. 455 more words

Autism

Back in a few pieces...

So on Tuesday I got a small piece of my dad back which was really comforting. After he passed (suffering from IPF) I did a bit of research online to see if I could make him into something beautiful and I found a great site… 479 more words

Bereavement

Beginning here... run Coxy run!

My name’s Natalie Cox aka Coxy and I’m 28 years old. I lost my dad on 21st November 2014. He had recently been diagnosed with a form of lung disease called IPF Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (find out more here… 486 more words

Bereavement

My run for the NSPCC in the Great North Run 2015

Someone once said, “Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgement that something else is more important than fear”. It seems to me that a number of people seem to base their racing and training plans on some sort of fear, and this fear stems from a perception of failure. 875 more words

Autism