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The trilogy of solitudes

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   I’ve decided there are three primary types of solitude: Social solitude Mental solitude Physical solitude Social Solitude -interactions- Social solitude is basically a lack of socialising. This could be for many reasons and can wax and wane.  For instance you may have lots of friends who are simply just very busy, or a few […]

The Truth About Sugar & Chronic Illness

The Truth About Sugar & Chronic Illness

So I’ve been trying to reduce my sweet tooth too.  I’m still a Pepsi Max addict but I alternate with tea, coffee, water and soda with lime as well now, all unsweetened, not even with sweeteners as I get enough of that in Pepsi (I.e. too much).  I’ve also switched to dark chocolate and limit […]

On Boobies

On Boobies

I love boobs. I’m a woman with boobs. I’m a bisexual woman who likes other women’s boobs. I don’t like bras. Wearing clothes with Fibromyalgia is not fun anyway. I don’t like the feel of pretty much any fabric against my skin. When at home I wear satin nightwear, cotton pants and sleep in satin […]

On naps

Mao Mao is not feeling particularly energetic

  Due to trying to be productive (playing WoW mostly but it’s something) I’ve gone without my afternoon naps for a few days… …today I caved and I’m struggling to stay awake now, I so want to go to bed but have at least an hour to go until I can take my bed-time meds. […]

I left the house!

I left the house!

Shock horror I left the house on a Sunday!  I went out into nature in my wheelchair for an hour or so.  The sun was out and it was warm, except in the shade where it was a tad nippy. It felt good to get out.  Afterwards I came home and played computer games to […]

On Comorbidities

On Comorbidities

In medical terms Co-morbidities are illness and disorders that you have that may or may not be related and/or overlap. In medicine, co-morbidity is the presence of one or more additional disorders (or diseases) co-occurring with a primary disease or disorder; or the effect of such additional disorders or diseases. The additional disorder may also […]

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