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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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21/01/16 What a fucking mess.

    This has triggery stuff throughout. Also, to cut to the chase, I’m safe, if not entirely well, lying next to Ella in a b&b near Motherwell.  My past, present and future tenses are pretty mixed up during this blog … Continue reading

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Small steps (2) 11th September 2013

No whizzes – no bangs. Yesterday went well, I think. I walked around Ilmington for about 10 minutes. The world felt astonishingly loud – huge – bright. The air in my lungs felt different – cleaner – fresher. But I … Continue reading

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Small steps – 9 – 10th September 2013

– when I was a social worker there were a couple of times when I stayed off work for 6 months – I had to go back to work because after that time I had to go onto half pay … Continue reading

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19/06/13 Normal

If only…. Last night Ella and I had, what I’d call, a grown up conversation. For the purposes of this it doesn’t matter what the guts of it was, but its the kind of normal conversation that that couples have … Continue reading

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18/08/11 OK, I’m a fraud

Today I wrote the “Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Daa” blog – in actual fact it was really easy to write – I felt I was writing about someone else – probably was writing about someone else. He, the happy go lucky extrovert – me, … Continue reading

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Fall a mile on my arse – the sequel

Sorry about my recent absence folks. I’ll try to put it all into some perspective here. I was walking between Fochabers and Elgin on the busy A something or other. I was tired and, to be frank, this had not … Continue reading

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