Deserving better is closure

Imagine how much better you’ll feel not carrying another person’s guilt. During a lifetime, we will carry issues and guilt, regardless of whether those things belong to us.

It’s only when we look back of course that we can see the madness unfold. It’s not so much the things that are said, it’s also the things that aren’t said that could have been said that would dramatically change …

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26 Feb, 2019

Anxiety & Autism

There is no getting away from the fact that as a child and through my school years, I lived with anxiety. As the adult I still continue to live with anxiety. I also know that my anxiety is linked to Autism Spectrum Disorder, that I didn’t know I had as a child. Autism is a co-occurring condition of cerebral palsy.

There are many common behaviours seen in those with Autism that overlap with symptoms in other anxiety disorders, therefore familiarity and understanding for someone with autism is very important …

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22 Feb, 2019

An overview of my Autism

Up until my autism diagnosis was confirmed I was aware of all my symptoms and how I presented, but I had no diagnosis on my neurological symptoms.

Through researching the Autism arising from my cerebral palsy brain damage and my Consultant’s findings, I finally understand my Autism and its characteristics. Like difficulties with abstract, imaginative or …

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21 Feb, 2019

Codes of Conduct

All institutions and organisations have Codes of Conduct that they must adhere to. Governments too must set the standard as a leading example for us all to follow.

Codes of Conduct is an agreement on rules of behaviour for a group or organisation that sets the standard and outlining in principal the social norms and responsibilities that are expected and/or proper …

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19 Feb, 2019