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I have lived with irrational thoughts my whole life. A lot of people are able to look back on something they didn’t excel in and think “I know what to do next time.” For me, weeks of over-analysing and sweating over the minutiae of every word and interaction will ensue: that nano-second of what I thought was a look (it was definitely a look that said they hated my entire being) or that moment of perceived awkwardness where in fact they may have paused to think, or to…you know…breathe. 770 more words
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Irritable Bowel Syndrome otherwise known baffling abdominal issues consisting of: diarrhea, constipation, abdominal cramps and bloating for no other known cause. Doctors usually run tons of tests without finding an actual cause for the issues. 2,037 more words
I’m not going to beat around the bush: I, along with many others, will be glad to wave goodbye to 2017.
The mood in the UK this year as we navigate Brexit, the horrific squeeze on the public purse and the dying, wheezing last breaths of the NHS as it’s taken apart by our government is sombre, to say the least. 494 more words
I watch a lot of interviews because I believe they give a behind the scenes look at people’s lives and circumstances. It’s similar to what Andy Andrews shares about autobiographies, no one ever wrote an autobiography who didn’t succeed. 400 more words
We live in tumultuous times and it’s scary waking up every day with so much uncertainty in the world. The truth is, even when things are in alignment politically, socially, and atmospherically, the person we are is always in the uncertainty zone. 415 more words