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29th January 2024
4 min read

Myalgic encephalomyelitis or chronic fatigue syndrome is a condition that causes a multitude of symptoms. As the name suggests, fatigue is the hallmark symptom, but there’s a lot more to it than just that. In fact, fatigue is actually my least bothersome symptom these days. It’s all of the additional symptoms that are problematic for […]

25th January 2024
5 min read

Read Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4. Here’s the final part of my story, which is basically just a rundown of where I am now and where I hope to be in the future with my disabilities. I will most likely continue to blog about all of this as time goes on, […]

21st January 2024
6 min read

So, the final part of my story was meant to be going up today, but in true ADHD fashion, I completely forgot to write it! But because I really want to keep trying to stick to my posting schedule of every four days, I decided to recycle the one and only “article” I posted to […]

17th January 2024
7 min read

Read Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3. I have already told some of my ADHD story in the first post of this blog titled Here We Go…, but for the sake of completeness, I’ll be retelling it a little in this part of my story. If you’ve already read the previous post, some of […]

5th January 2024
6 min read

This is part 1 of my story. In this part, I will be talking about my childhood and teen years, leading up to my first chronic illness diagnosis. I hope that by sharing this, people can recognise it in themselves or their kids and maybe figure it all out before adulthood has really set in […]

1st January 2024
4 min read

Today marks the second anniversary of the breakdown that led to my ADHD diagnosis. I distinctly remember sitting on the couch screaming bloody murder at 3 am because I could clearly hear how little my neighbours cared about vulnerable people as they continued to let off fireworks past the 2 am curfew, which wasn’t even […]