Sue May’s Own Personal Journey
Being a pragmatist, a characteristic phrase I am well known for using when faced with a difficult situation is “well we...Continue reading...
A Daughter (aged 11)
It was a very emotional time and I found out what it was by the internet and I asked questions. When I knew it was true...Continue reading...
Trying to cope with the news that one has a tumour. I was told in August 2010 that the loss of hearing in my left ear was...Continue reading...
On reflection, I made many mistakes in the early days of my illness. There are many people who would say these mistakes were...Continue reading...
Working mother of 5, Linda tells her story… I considered myself to be a relatively fit & healthy lady with quite...Continue reading...
My journey started with some tinnitus in my right ear in early 2012,then a numb right side of body , then a leg break playing...Continue reading...
A Mother’s Story
The Editor asked me to write about the three months I have just spent in Kenya but today, March 12th has a special significance...Continue reading...
Gary’s Story I spent much of 2013 wondering what was happening to me. I seemed to be losing lots of things I had...Continue reading...
My journey started in 2012, though I didn’t know it at the time. I had an operation for Carpel Tunnel on my left hand...Continue reading...
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