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Dear Son, Some Advice on Becoming a Man

If you haven’t read this yet, I hope you will and I hope you will consider sharing it. There are boys and men out there who will find comfort in these words, but my reach is not long enough to find them all on my own. 734 more words

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High School Students Use Their Engineering Club To Help A Fellow Classmate With Cerebral Palsy

A group of high school students in Green Township, Ohio, created a project for themselves that would help a fellow classmate, Jerry Potavin. Jerry is a student living with cerebral palsy. 323 more words

The changing importance of 'Time' ....

The fear I felt when I was diagnosed began to subside when I saw that writing was my way of keeping alive and positive and hence this blog was born. 529 more words

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World Sight Day

I wear glasses for my short-sightedness since my 7th year. I know what a pain it can be to not have perfect vision; one of my fears is my vision deteriorating, ending in blindness. 215 more words

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North and NE Lincolnshire Volunteers event

Last Wednesday I was over in Lincolnshire at ann Alzheimer Societies Staff  and Volunteers day. I’d been asked by Rosemary Campbell-Blair, Volunteering Officer for East Riding and Humber, to speak at the event about my diagnosis and the Alzheimers society Research Network. 919 more words

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Australian Government Invites Trouble

I have decided to raise awareness of a situation that has occurred for more than 15 years, that has not only affected citizens but non-citizens… 1,011 more words


Memory Walk at York!

As we come to the final couple of weekends of Memory Walks, I’m sure all the wonderful organisers will finally start to breathe again. It must take so much planning to ensure all goes ok…….this weekend it was the turn of my home town of York. 458 more words

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