Sexy time?

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As you may recall if you read my previous post on my quest to find an accessible dentists, I wondered if they were going to check out my teeth whilst I sit in my wheelchair? As it happens the answer was yes they will. And my reward for completing my…

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Liability – why we launched a magazine

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Liability, a free online magazine written by sassy ladies for sassy ladies was launched early this year and is going from strength to strength. The magazine features articles by established bloggers and writers on fashion, make up, sport, sex, current affairs and travel to name a few. Liability was the…

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A positive outlook

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My name is Alice and I am Belgian. As I am a french speaker, I will certainly make mistakes in this writing. But no worries, I will try not to torture you too much… I have been diagnosed with syringomyelia at about the age of 7. I used to walk…

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Machines by Biffy Clyro

Life shaped by songs

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New blog post from Gavin “Cause I’ve started falling apart I’m not savoring life I’ve forgotten how good it could be to feel alive” These lyrics from the song Machines by Biffy Clyro feel like they really speak to me at the moment, representing how I felt when I woke…

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A turn for the worse

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A couple of weeks ago, my health worsened dramatically and it changed me even more than my body did. The little steps that I walked, the spontaneous dances and my humour were suddenly not the things that characterized me. I tried to stay positive and arranged a wheelchair from an…

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sprinter taking position at the starting blocks

Fatigue and MS – Gavin’s second blog

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I have spent most of the past week procrastinating about what to write my blog post about this week. I keep having ideas ‘I can write about how everyone is the same, regardless of disability, ethnicity, religion, your particular difference’ or ‘disability difficulties and unspoken discrimination’ but I keep giving…

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