Monthly Archives: March 2016

26/03/16 Don’t RUN a mile – WALK a mile. 

   Well, that was a most interesting day! It all started with Pass the Badge in Livingston town centre.  PASS THE BADGE ‘Pass the badge? What on earth’s that?’ I here you cry.  Wonder no more, dear reader, wonder no … Continue reading

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18/03/16 Ghost.

Well that was a blast. Ok, I’m sure when I say I was at the SeeMe international anti-stigma conference you’ll think I’m being ironic.  And if I say I was as happy as a kid in a sweetshop prior to … Continue reading

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05/06/16 I’m not going to get any better. 

There, I’ve said it. And fuck, that’s a whole weight off my mind. Imagine the guilt, day in and day out to find I haven’t recovered.  I know I have a bunch of symptoms that, when clustered together, attract the … Continue reading

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