A Girl Behind Dark Glasses (Book) – A Review From a Fellow ME Sufferer

Images courtesy of Jessica Taylor-Bearman “I was an inventor, a researcher, a model, and I travelled the world through my imagination. At that time, it was my only saving grace. I existed in a place I called Limbo Land, hovering between the conscious and the unconscious. I could hear my family talking to me, see Read the full article…

My Top Ten Health-Related Book Recommendations

I love to read, it’s always been my way to escape the drudgery of real life, but also a means to learn about subjects, people and places that I’m unlikely to come into contact with in my day-to-day life.  I read a varied selection of books both fiction and nonfiction, but today I wanted to Read the full article…

The ME/CFS community need healthy allies – can you help?

The reason I started my blog was to raise awareness about invisible illnesses like ME/CFS, and to try to reach out to help others who are suffering like myself. ME has had a big detrimental affect on my life so it’s important that I do whatever I can to raise awareness. But as many of Read the full article…

10 Benefits of Having a Pet When You Live With Chronic Ill-health

The term ‘pet’ always seems so inadequate to me. Let’s face it, our animals are part of the family. Animals are truly amazing. They can be trained to be someone’s eyes or ears, to help disabled people live more independent lives, and even protect their owners while having a seizure. Animals also offer much needed Read the full article…