It’s a bit late thanks to holidays, puppy collection and generally life being a bit hectic. This year’s Happy & Glorious list ended up in a different place than I had planned but the silver lining is that I’m back in Hampshire close to the family, horse and New Forest – amongst many other things!
I have come to the realisation that the world is a mirror for how you see yourself. If you see the world as full of opportunities, full of decent people (with the odd exceptions above and below the curve) and can find something positive in most things or people; then you are more likely to have a positive self image. Continue reading
Forgive me bloggers for I have sinned; it has been 11-weeks since my last confession….
But, oh! what an 11-weeks it has been!
My last post on here was 21st March; in which I was suffering a mild setback from “doing a lot”. To say that my last bout of “doing a lot” will knock my previous record out the water will be an understatement… Continue reading
I have mentioned before that a HUGE tool in the kit of dealing with CFS is positivity. On days like today it is difficult to remain positive in the face of disappointments. This is how I try to turn my disappointments into positive reinforcements Continue reading
Hello old friend, how’ve you been. I’ve missed you whilst you’ve been gone.
I’m talking about that good kind of tired you get from when you’ve done an awful lot of exercise, camping, staying up late, cooking, organising, partying and playing and your body just wants to get horizontal for a good long stretch (on a decent bed) and recover its reserves. Continue reading
I’ve been feeling decidedly off-kilter since returning from my fantastic holiday in Cornwall (more of that later when I have energy to post something) and I haven’t been able to shake it with a careful balance of rest and activity in the week and a half since I’ve been back Continue reading
Graded Exercise Therapy.
For some sufferers of CFS/ME this brings to mind painful experiences where they have been’encouraged’, by healthcare professionals with limited understanding of the technique, to push through their limits and do more, ending up with crashes, flair-ups, setbacks and pain.
Although the end-goal of Graded Exercise Therapy (GET) is to increase your energy levels and stamina; initially it is about doing less. I will go into more detail about this in a later post. Continue reading
My planned series on my experience, hints and tips on Graded Exercise Therapy (GET, also known as GAT, Graded Activity Therapy) has been somewhat delayed: I have been meaning to post for days but life has been getting in the way.
I hope to get my first post in this series, together with an update of what has been keeping me away, up at the weekend.