S.R.C.- Living With An Untold Diagnosis

A very moving post by Lucy. She talks about her diagnosis and how she dealt with it, along with how she wishes she had dealt with it. Her views are very valid, who do you tell when you receive such major news but at the same time you don’t want anyone to treat you any differently? Please take a read and help to understand and raise awareness for Rare diseases.

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Up until last year I had kept very quiet about my Marfan syndrome diagnosis since I was 16 years old, it remained unrevealed to almost everyone (including some family members) I kept it to myself because I didn’t want to be seen as different, which was already something I felt & I didn’t want to…

via Living With An Untold Diagnosis — Lu’s Life In A Blog

My Arthritis Inspiration.

Since starting my blog and getting a bit more involved on my Instagram I have had the opportunity to connect with so many different people. It’s allowed me to learn and develop, but to also express myself and connect with a variety of others who also suffer from chronic illnesses. But for me, there is one that stands out above all else. My inspiration for my Rheumatoid Arthritis, Eleanor. Continue reading

Food for Thought.

(I know it’s not Wednesday but Y.O.L.O!)

Over the past couple of weeks of not blogging I’ve not been feeling too great. I’ve come in from work, had tea and went to bed. But because I’m just eating rubbish it has been making me feel sick, tired and all around disgusting. So I knew it was time to get back on my health kick, not just to make my body and mind feel good again, but for what the diet what initially created for, to aid in my health conditions. Now especially due to the winter months.  Continue reading