I wake up slightly hungover and more than ready to get home. Strung out after four days facing my own anxiety and the fact that some women never leave high school, I need some serious solitude. I phone a cab and wait outside in the crisp morning air, dying for coffee. The cab pulls up… Continue reading Grant, the cabbie has the cure!
Take time to do the things that recharge your spirit, and don't allow those niggling feelings of guilt any space at all.
I am so incredibly fortunate to live on Vancouver Island. As I said in my last post, I was off camping last week at Pachena Bay Campground which is on the west coast near Bamfield, BC. The drive is an adventure in itself, two and half hours on dusty, bumpy logging roads from Port Alberni.… Continue reading Wild West Coast
Getting an ms diagnosis can be tricky, but it seems that the bigger problem for women is getting doctors to take them seriously for any illness. Don’t stop pushing for answers if you think something’s not right and don’t let doctors dismiss your concerns. ❤️ Amanda
First of all, I have to acknowledge the overwhelming positive support I got for my last post from my various ms ‘families’. For an introvert that overanalyses every social interaction (yeah, I think they call that social anxiety 🤔 ), it took me a long time to put myself out in cyber world and open myself… Continue reading FEAR