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Invisible Illness

Since I got diagnosed with my mental illnesses. I’ve been judged.

When I got to get my medication. I get looks by the older generation when the pharmacist says it’s an anti-depressant and mood stabiliser and if I taken them before with the side effects etc. 873 more words

Mental Health

Photography + Invisible Illness

I had to write a short essay for a scholarship, and it’s the first piece that I’ve written in months that I actually liked, and felt comfortable posting anywhere. 785 more words

Chronic Illness

True Freedom

Growing up in a Christian home, the person I have become has been heavily influenced by both my faith and my family. From the time I was a young child, I can always remember being told that I should always tell the truth…that Satan is the one who leads us to lie…and that one lie leads to another lie and eventually the lie gets so big that you get caught lying because you can’t remember all the lies you have previously told. 1,773 more words

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome / Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy

Photography + Invisible Illness

I had to write a short essay for a scholarship, and it’s the first piece that I’ve written in months that I actually liked, and felt comfortable posting anywhere. 785 more words

Chronic Illness

Daein it fur oorsels

It’s coming. You can feel it in your bones. You can smell it in the air. You can almost touch it. Things are changing. Things are developing. 1,228 more words

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What a rousing speech this would make! Long live The Dug!

Less homicide, less knife crime, less domestic violence, safer cities and now much lower alcohol problems: should Scotland’s old stereotypes be sent south?

(c) playbuzz.com/nicklivingston

It’s been more than 80 years since ‘No Mean City’ was set in Glasgow and comedians, including our own, continue to base their humour on an image of a violent, drunken people but the last ten years have seen them become increasingly out of touch with the reality on the streets. 301 more words

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The Scot Tories are every bit as cruel as their extreme Westminister counterparts and this week confirms that

This week has seen Tory MSP Jeremy Balfour withdraw an amendment he had tabled to the Social Security Bill within which he called for terminally ill patients to have their benefit entitlement reassessed if they survived for over three years. 790 more words

Tories

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