When will it end!? The question on everyone's mind. Although we have no idea when lockdown will finish for some of you it will end sooner than for some of us in the disability and shielded Community that may not happen until a vaccine has been found which could take until next year. However. I'm … Continue reading Feeling anxious about returning back to normal!!
Hey everyone how are you. No really how are you?? don't just give the normal 'I'm okay' Speech if there's ever time to share how we are really feeling it's now! I don't know about you but the days have turned into weeks, weeks have turned into what Day of the week it is!! This … Continue reading Being Shielded
Welcome back. well we've made it though another week I hope your all doing well! In this current situation it's easy to start feeling like the walls are closer than normal being at home or you could be totally taking this all in your stride and getting all those odd 'I've been meaning to do … Continue reading Things to keep you Occupied at home
Is my marriage defined by my disability!? Even up to the day of saying I Do I asked hubby to be if he was totally sure that he wanted to marry me, not for your normal wedding jitter reasons like do you really love me, will you be fateful, this is forever questions. None of … Continue reading Our marriage & Muscular Dystrophy
Hey Everyone welcome back! What does the title mean to you? 'How to you the best version of ourselves' . I try to work on myself as regularly as I can as it's always good to check in on yourself and learn, especially living with mental health checking in on yourself is definitely a good … Continue reading How to be the Best version of yourself
Being disabled does NOT make me a burden to my partner. Being disabled does NOT make me a burden to anyone! Lets call it the B-Word I've never approach this subject before so why now; I think it's probably a word I know I've felt many time before as I'm sure many other disabled people … Continue reading Being Disabled does not make me a burden to my partner