Saturday, 9 March 2019

One step forward, Two steps back!

There is a moment when you deal with professionals where their opinions make you feel like you are massively wrong and feel bad for thinking the way that you do.
This entire process with social services has been stressful and invasive at times. The one thing that we have tried along the way is to be totally honest and transparent to the events, actions and situations that have been happening. The problem is the belief in what we have been saying.

Friday, 8 March 2019

Shopping for a Disability


I have spent the last 22 years finding ways to deal with a slow but degenerative condition. There are many different ways Muscular Dystrophy affects my day to day life and one aspect is my clothing.

The more certain areas of my body deteriorate, the more my clothing style has changed.

For a long time I was a simple t-shirt, jumper and jean guy in casual situations and a more casual-smart shirt, skinny jeans and a jacket when going out. However, over the years, I have had to sacrifice certain styles in my fashion to suit my body shape and how I move.

One would see this as a great excuse to go shopping but as a person who lives with a Dependant Personality Disorder making decisions, even small ones like choosing clothes, can make shopping a hellish activity.

Recently, I had to make that decision and adapt to both my clothing and my body but luckily Jacamo helped me.

Wednesday, 6 March 2019

Not Giving Up for Lent

It is a new year and the months are flying by and with that we will see across social media that people are giving up this or that for lent!

In fact, it starts today!

As many of you know I do go to Church every week as well as the odd Church activity in the week; don't worry this isn't going to be one of those nutty Christian posts.

So quick round up of Lent: