Writing

The internet and my disability: Why I decided to blog

I began my foray into blogging in 2013 when I started the tumblr blog uniquelyunable. I realised that they internet could connect me with people who are in similar situations to myself and that I could put my love of writing into practice as an outlet for my frustration at the lack of support for… Continue reading The internet and my disability: Why I decided to blog

Reading · Writing

Book review: Get Well soon by Julie Hapern

Genre: YA/mental health Rating 2/5 stars Plot- Anna Bloom is depressed—so depressed that her parents have committed her to a mental hospital with a bunch of other messed-up teens. Here she meets a roommate with a secret (and a plastic baby), a doctor who focuses way too much on her weight, and a cute, shy… Continue reading Book review: Get Well soon by Julie Hapern

Reading · Writing

Book review: A danger to herself and others by Alyssa B. Sheimanal

Genre: YA Rating: 5 stars Plot: Four walls. One window. No way to escape. Hannah knows there's been a mistake. She didn't need to be institutionalized. What happened to her roommate at her summer program was an accident. As soon as the doctors and judge figure out that she isn't a danger to herself or… Continue reading Book review: A danger to herself and others by Alyssa B. Sheimanal

Disablility · Reading · Writing

Boy learns to walk again after retraining his brain.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2624449/Boy-cerebral-palsy-learns-sit-crawl-walk-frame-special-school-helps-retrain-brain.html Such a lovely story, it popped up on my Facebook timeline and I want to share this with you. This just shows that if you're willing to give a 110% then you get what you want. I'm also thankful that medical professionals like these exist. His family must be really proud, because it's not… Continue reading Boy learns to walk again after retraining his brain.

Disablility

What they don’t tell you about having a chronic illness

Friends will leave you. They'll get fed up with your 'excuses'. True friends will always stay. Meds will either decrease or increase your appetite Pyjamas will become your uniform You will end up planning your day around your naps Get used to being called a hypochondriac Your meds will feel like a meal in themselves… Continue reading What they don’t tell you about having a chronic illness

Writing

10 Fave blogs of the week

Hello everyone! Now I know I'm a bit early but here are my fave bloggers of the week. http://www.Romanceaholic.com I always get my romance book recommendations from here. https://www.nyxiesnook.com/10-signs-of-psychological-abuse-in-the-workplace/ Nyxie always talks about the things we need to hear. http://fibrobloggerdirectory.com my mum and I think I may have fibromyalgia so, I've been getting to know… Continue reading 10 Fave blogs of the week