I write for Folks magazine. They feature people living with disabilities or chronic illness – the stories are about who these people are, not just their diagnosis.
What are your “tells” when you notice your mental health slipping? And what tricks do you use to hack your brain back into line?
“Being told that, categorically, he knows what he’s talking about and she doesn’t… perpetuates the ugliness of this world and holds back its light.”
Every few weeks or so, I get asked why I’m on the “Jobseeker” benefit instead of the Supported Living Payment. I reply that my application for the SLP was denied. Continue Reading →
This sort of thing is very hard to write. It might surprise you that I’m not naturally an open person, not in a public context, and that often pushing publish Continue Reading →
I’ve always had a fantastic memory. Now, I can’t remember what I had for breakfast most days. And it’s really, really scary.