If you are awarded universal credit there is a process called the work capability assessment. I had mine 2 weeks ago and today I want to shed some light on what the assessment entails and how you can plan for it In advance so you’re ready for when and if your assessment pops up. The […]Read More How to prepare for your universal credit work assessment
I have found myself at the mercy of many doctors, sitting in their office asking over and over “do I really have this illness? Am I being dramatic? Did you diagnose me wrong? Is my vitamin D levels too low, is that why I have these symptoms?” But truth be told this worrying about our […]Read More Why do we doubt Our Chronic illnesses?
Music. Music gives each and every rightful owner a sweet release. A perfect solace to call there own. Like when Alice fell down the rabbit hole, music has the same notion! It takes us to another place . A place away from the many chaotic stresses of life. And this is why music is so […]Read More ♡My Favourite songs of 2019♡
December is known to be the most joyous time of the year, Sprinkled with a dash of Good food, A sprinkle of twinkling lights & tinsel and a pinch of pretty paper & matching bows but for some people Christmas can be a pretty pain-filled time indeed. When you Live with chronic pain / chronic […]Read More The Supreme Chronic illness Gift Guide ♡
Body dysmorphia is a mental health condition that makes people worry excessively about perceived flaws in their appearance. Now you may wonder how people are diagnosed with body Dysmorphia and I’m here to tell you. A survey was collected amongst BDF sufferers and the Studied showed a significant association with child maltreatment. 68% of people […]Read More The truth about Body Dysmorphia