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Training as a Mat Pilates Instructor with Ehlers Danlos Hypermobility Syndrome


I started going to Mat Pilates classes around two years ago to help with my Ehlers Danlos Hypermobility Syndrome (EDS-HT). After a few sessions I felt I needed more to understand how the exercises worked and to ensure I was performing them correctly so I decided the best way to do this was to train as an instructor, even if I only used it for myself. So, that’s what I decide to do, and this is a little bit about my journey so far…

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My Essure Story


Today I want to share something a bit different with you. This is my story of having Essure sterilisation, it’s rather long but as anyone who has suffered through essure will tell you, the whole story needs to be told… Continue reading “My Essure Story”

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2013 My Year in Review


IMG_0595Following on from my update on my recovery from BPD; where I mentioned the how the difficulties achieving and maintaining recovery are compounded by unrelenting crisis, I will now share an insight into some of the challenges/crises I have faced in the past year that make my achievement all the more remarkable… Continue reading “2013 My Year in Review”

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If you keep doing what you’ve always done, You’ll keep getting what you’ve always got…


English: This is a graphic representation of t...
English: This is a graphic representation of the “Stages of Change” in the Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Never a truer word spoken…

Hi, readers how’s it going?

I’ve not been writing for some time now. It’s odd how despite writing being one of the biggest loves in my life I go through periods where I have nothing to say, no words to type and can go ‘silent’ for months on end. I’m not saying I’m back now, cause this may just be a one-off update post, even I don’t know at the moment.

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Natural Treatments for Borderline Personality Disorder – Guest Post by Virginia


St Johns wortSerotonin levels are most directly responsible for the intensity of our moods and how positive our demeanour is overall. While not every mood swing can be attributed to an offset chemical response, there is always a possibility that there could be something off-kilter in that area of our health.

While there are plenty of prescription drugs for this, it can often seem unnecessary or even unsafe to take a prescription drug for what many would deem to be simply irritability or poor behaviour.
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