Will society adapt for the better after the pandemic?

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a massive impact on society and I wonder if it is conceivable it will have long-term impacts on it. The shock to societies will be felt for a very long time. From mourning the deaths to the financial impacts to the mental toll. We talk about the 'new normal' and … Continue reading Will society adapt for the better after the pandemic?

You are not your chronic illness

This is one of those topics that drives me to distraction. I have blogged about it before. I bet my opinion about it shifts every five years when I do because it changes the longer I am chronically ill or my perspective changes. You are definitely not your chronic illness And you definitely are. AHhhhhhhhhh! … Continue reading You are not your chronic illness

Invisible Disability: Hidden from sight on Social Media

I have invisible disabilities. And the vertigo which is somewhat visible in the sense that I use a cane... if I do Not I look rather drunk and I do not like the judgments I get from that in public. I also do not like falling, thus the cane. Anyway, disabilities on social media are … Continue reading Invisible Disability: Hidden from sight on Social Media

Invisible Disability: My illness is invisible. I am not.

I have invisible illnesses and I am disabled by some of them. Yes, you can't see them. Yes, they are invisible. But I am not. I matter. My life matters. My existence matters. You can't treat me as Lesser Than just because I am disabled, if you find out I am. You can't judge how … Continue reading Invisible Disability: My illness is invisible. I am not.