I love writing. No surprise there, it has after all been a major part of my life. But, today, it’s not so easy because I have been hit by a bout of fatigue. Fatigue is just one possible aspect of multiple sclerosis – but there are plenty of other causes too. And for anyone fortunate … Continue reading Fatigue makes it difficult to push on
Excuse me, which charity does your ribbon represent?
There are only a limited number of colours, and combinations of them, but there are many health and disability causes. That’s the reason why, for each color, there are a number of charities that use it for their publicity and fundraising activities. Just take the orange ribbon as an example. We know that it is … Continue reading Excuse me, which charity does your ribbon represent?
Why me? Maybe I have my answer
Most people being forced to live with an illness such as multiple sclerosis are bound to ask in those blackest of moments ‘why me?’ Despite my positive outlook on life, I certainly did a few years ago when I had several falls in one day. I can still recall that awful day when, having … Continue reading Why me? Maybe I have my answer
Online petitions, money and punishment lashes
Online petition sites, on which anyone can start their own appeal for support for a cause in which they are interested, seem to have taken off in the last couple of years. But, be warned, once you sign one petition, you will get email after email from the sites aiming to get you to support … Continue reading Online petitions, money and punishment lashes