SUPER LATE POST!
I apologies I am extremely late with my Outside Looking In and Confessions of a Spoonie but I will be publishing them both today and they are both from Katie Smedley and her fiance. So sit back and enjoy both sides of Katie’s story, through her eyes and her partners.
So following straight on from Katie’s confessions we know get to see her fiance point of view, so without further ado, please enjoy Aaron’s story.
Welcome to another week of amazing guest posts from those who chose to participate in mine and Amy’s events. Today I get to share with the Laura’s Confessions of a Spoonie, I hope you enjoy!
If you haven’t seen already, Amy has kicked off the Outside Looking In event by publishing her Partner’s answers to the questions with regards to Amy’s conditions – so go check it out by clicking here! I am also following in her footsteps and am happy to present my wonderful Partner, Sam and his answers to the questions about my illness. I hope you enjoy!
A fantastic post by Amy over at Living with ME. She gives us her top 5 tips on dealing with Anxiety and talks us through how they help her when her anxiety attacks start. Please go and take a read of her wonderful blog!
I’ve suffered from anxiety and panic attacks for as long as I’ve been diagnosed with ME/CFS, but before that it wasn’t really something that I had experienced.
The reason I’m writing this post now is because this has been playing on my mind a lot this week. For Uni, I have two presentations that I have to do in a few weeks; one, a 15 minute presentation to do on my own, and the other a 10 minute presentation in pairs.
I can already feel myself getting anxious about these, but not only that, also about the fact that it would not be impossible for me to have a panic attack before, during or after the presentation, which is causing me to feel more anxious and it just goes on. The more anxious I feel, the more likely it is that I will have a panic attack, and because I’m…
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An absolutely wonderful read, we all get so caught up in what we’re doing that we forget to give ourselves a little TLC. Take a read of Bethany’s wonderful posts about self care and see what tips & ideas she has to offer.
Where i live. My favourite place to sit and think.Self care is a very important, and should be a regular part of your life be it daily, weekly or monthly. Mental and physical health are essential to our quality of life and being able to recognise and aid its health is necessary. So here are…