Monthly Archives: April 2017

Another month has passed

I am detecting little signs of improvement again.  Hurt my back  last week which caused all sorts of problems but that has eased off again.  Have been out a few times – twice to supermarket with home help and yesterday … Continue reading

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More press coverage

The Daily Mail continues to support our campaign and published again today.   The lady featured is an online Buddy of mine and she has suffered so terribly.  Once again the words  “addict” and “addiction” are used inappropriately and some … Continue reading

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Possibly best day so far at 4 years off drugs

I am always rather unsure whether to announce I have had a very good day because the next day is often the exact opposite.  However, today has been a special kind of day.  I was up in the morning, showered … Continue reading

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Visit to optician

Managed to go to optician on my own in taxi.  Image of left eye showed something behind the eye, possibly excess fluid.  Now being referred to ophthalmology.  Not very happy about something else having gone wrong with my body.

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Petition to Scottish Parliament

Petition to Scottish Parliament is now available for public signature and comment and article published in Scottish press today. Scottish Sunday Express 2  

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Home help started

I was quite anxious about the home help coming today but she is a very nice lady and it was no problem.  I just felt the need to tidy up and clean before she came which is silly really but … Continue reading

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Saw my GP

Visited GP this afternoon, the first time I have been to the surgery since April 2014!!!   Friends took me there and back.  Friend’s husband came into the consulting room.  He did the same when I saw neurologist in Dundee. … Continue reading

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