Some backstory In the 2000s I organised mental health forums, a chance to meet up with like-minded people who understood what you were trying to say. People who didn’t judge because they knew from bitter experience what it is to be judged. Mental health service users had credit-card sized Crisis Cards on which to record…Read More
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There’s been some serious stuff going on. Wherever you are, you’ll know all about it. I have found committing my thoughts to concrete form an impossibility over the last few weeks. I’m not alone in this. Many of the bloggers I follow are just not posting either. There’s another link here, too, I believe. Invisible…Read More
See Ye, See Ye – Invisible Disabilities Week
On being invisible in a society that likes to be up front and personal.Read More
Have you had an adverse reaction that has taken you by surprise?
Do you find yourself having to explain stuff that shouldn’t need explaining? Or had negative feedback from someone you thought would understand?I really don’t think I’m the only one.Join the club. I’ve written about this previously but something happened the other day that made me want to visit the subject again. I was on Facebook.…Read More