Last year, I visited a friend at their new house; as soon as I arrived, there was a feeling of familiarity, a sense of déjà vu, not for the house, but the place – the area: even though I had … Continue reading
The Arachnoid Cyst Awareness Wheel n Walk 2011 UK, held in Olney, Buckinghamshire, was a fantastic day, which had not only a marvellous atmosphere, but also a genuine feeling of camaraderie. We laughed and sometimes cried together, as new and … Continue reading
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Tagged Arachnoid cyst, depression, Doctors, Emberton Park, Enjoy every moment, Friendship, Health, mental health, pain, Poetry, what is normal?
Saturday 16th April is a very special day to all of us in the United Kingdom who have an Arachnoid Cyst; it is also a very special day to all of our friends and families. Why is it so special? … Continue reading
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Tagged Awareness, Doctors, Emberton Park, Health, hope, manic depression, medical ignorance, Neurologists, Olney, pain, what is normal?
So there I am sitting outside in the late spring sunshine, absolutely engrossed in a book. When from the distance I hear someone shouting ‘Chris, Chris, can you help me?’ I look up and see that it is Sue from … Continue reading