I remember the very day back in May 2017 when Laura contacted me and its a day I will never forget. A little voice, in utter despair, did not know which way to turn, what to do about her symptoms, how to get better how to manage them. Her mental health was very much affected…
Tag: vestibular disorder
Dry January!? Try 6 years being alcohol free! Best thing I ever did!
If you would have told me 11 years ago before I got ill, that I would be alcohol free from 2013 forever, I would have never ever believed you! Pre-illness and in fact pre-children, I was a big drinker! The party animal in fact! Out of all my friends, I was the one that probably would drink them under the table….
You couldn’t make this S**t up!
9 Years ago I fell ill and I have to say one of the most frustrating things about suffering from invisible illnesses is the fact you look and act ok so people assume you are ok inside. Of course, if I was in their shoes, I would think exactly the same thing! If a person looks ok then its hard to believe that they are not ok.
Support……lets go deep
Support….what does it mean? To me support means a multitude of things. We need support throughout our lives for a number of reasons, but when the sh*t really hits the fan, who is there to support you when you need it most?
Guest Post – How you can create balance in your day today? By Helen Gormley, therapist, coach and cognitive behavioural hypnotherapist
How you can create balance in your day today? A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step – Lao Tzu This is balance awareness week and I am aware that this can be a very challenging and transformational time and how vestibular disorders affect people both physically, mentally and emotionally. The…