When you mention mood swings, particularly in the context of mental illness, people think of bipolar disorder and nothing else. Yes bipolar is characterised by mood swings, but I don’t think many people realise that * Mood swings can come in many different forms * And that bipolar disorder, and the conditions which come under … More Brain…wait for me, I can’t keep up.
[image description: brown background with a stamp of the A to Z challenge in the background. Writing on the top reads “A to Z participant (2017) then there is a large capital letter ‘J’ in the middle. Below the ‘J’ it reads “blogging from A to Z” below that it reads “http://www.a-to-zchallenge.com/ end of image … More J is for judged-a life with social anxiety #atozchallenge
Insomnia is a sleep disorder, which isn’t just about not being able to get to sleep. It can also cause people to wake very early, or to have very light and disrupted sleep. Or to be an extra cruel combination of all three. My insomnia is usually a combination of not being able to sleep and … More I can’t sleep…yes I’ve tried…
Today I want to write about a product (or indeed company and a number of products from that company) that I use most days and on days I am out I use constantly. I am talking about the brilliant Stickman Communications Stickman Communications are a range of products that can be used to explain, express or … More Stickman Communications
I have many different products which help me cope each day with my various disabilities. Some of which are designed for that purpose, some which I use differently to the more commercial purpose they are sold for. Some things I use daily, or at all times, some less regularly and a few in certain circumstances. … More The Squease
I have lots of routines, or things I need to do the same each time. You may think a routine means that each day is the same, that I get up at the same time, then have a set routine of everything. No routines can be other things. This is only a short blog and … More Routines and why I need them.