I’m A Lover, Not A Fighter

Content Warning: This post briefly touches on my experience following a restricted diet, and the impact that had on my mental wellbeing and relationship with food. How do you visualise MS? I visualise little white blobs, with little hands, little feet, pin-prick eyes, tiny teeth, and wearing tiny yellow hard-hats. These little blob-workers are my…… Continue reading I’m A Lover, Not A Fighter

The Difference Between a Pair Of Glasses and a Walking Stick

There’s a guy at my work who wears glasses. He must only be in his in early twenties – such a shame. I can’t even imagine how awful it must be to need glasses at such a young age. He certainly puts my hardships into perspective. I don’t know what’s wrong with him, exactly. I’ve…… Continue reading The Difference Between a Pair Of Glasses and a Walking Stick

MS Is Lifelong. But Also, It Isn’t

A quick internet search tells me that the definition of “lifelong” is, “lasting or remaining in a particular state throughout a person’s life”. Simple enough. MS is lifelong insofar as it is an illness I will have for the rest of my life. No cure (yet). Chronic. Forever. Lifelong. It takes time to fully appreciate…… Continue reading MS Is Lifelong. But Also, It Isn’t