Invisible Disabilities Week; Interview with a Spoonie – Amy S

– Name My name is Amy and my blog is Living with ME ( – Origin UK – Tell us a little about you! What do you enjoy doing? I have recently finished University where I was studying English Language & Linguistics and I am now doing a part time PGCE with the aim toRead more

Invisible Disabilities Week; Congenital Heart Defect Awareness [Guest Post]

Written by A Mom’s Scattered Mind. Michelle is a loving mother, who is not only a spoonie herself, but recently gave birth to a loving boy called Sebastian. Little Sebastian was born prematurely with Cogenital Heart Defect, and here is her story. Follow her on Twitter here! 1 in 100 children are born with aRead more

Invisible Disabilities Week: Interview with a Spoonie – Jenny

1. Name I’m Jenny, and I blog over at The Chronic Traveller! 2. Origin I’m originally from the U.K. but I move around a lot. Right now, I’m living in Spain. 3. Tell us a little about you! What do you enjoy doing? Hello! I love to travel. I especially like exploring historical sites allRead more

Invisible Disabilities Week 2018 – Chronic Migraine Awareness

A few months ago, celebrities were doing this pose known as the ‘Migraine Pose’ and it caused so much contraversey, as it should. My 5 seconds of relief, is not equal to your 5 seconds of selfie. I was diagnosed with Chronic Migraine-Vertigo just over a year (or two) ago. It started with a colonoscopy thatRead more

Invisible Disabilities Week; Interview with a Spoonie – Pamela

For Invisible Disabilities Week, I reached out to all of you spoonies to get involved, and of course many put forward their interest! Here is Pamela, a lovely spoonie blogger who tells us her story! What is your name? My name is Pamela Jessen, and I blog in two locations [Pamela Jessen + A ChronicalRead more

Invisible Disabilities Week: Interview with a Spoonie – Ruth

– Name: Ruth S. – Origin: I was born in the South West of England, in Devon on Christmas Day 1996. I have lived with my mum and dad and brother (until he moved out), in the same house for 21 years in a town called Exeter. I love it here, I can’t imagine beingRead more

Invisible Disabilities Week 2018 – The ASD Pathway and Educational Errors.

@chronicalsunflower – instagram Note: A special thank you to everyone who is taking part in my blogs this week!  On 1 October 2010, the Equality Act 2010 replaced all existing equality legislation such as the Race Relations Act, Disability Discrimination Act and Sex Discrimination Act. As far as schools are concerned, for the most part, the effect of the current law is the sameRead more

Invisible Disabilities Week; Educational Prejudice [Guest Post]

Photo by Estée Janssens on Unsplash Written by Sophie WFind Sophie on Instagram here! Arnold Chiari Malformation,  Klippel Feil Syndrome, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Scoliosis, Congenital Heart & lung disease: Total Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Drainage, Atypical Paroxysmal Neuralgia (Epilepsy Type Seizures), Trigeminal Neuralgia, Facial Paralysis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Deaf in right ear. I think mainly due to these as a symptomRead more

Invisible Disabilities Week; Chronic Pelvic Pain Awareness

Content Warning: This blog post talks about taboo things. If you do not wish to read about blood, periods, surgery, I suggest you do not read on.The first thing people hear when they hear “Chronic Pelvic Pain” is period pain. It’s always the way. You tell people you’re getting cramps, pains down there, nausea andRead more

Invisible Disabilities Week; Dyslexia is a Learning Style! [Guest Post]

Written by: Through my Eyes – JessJess is a 22 year old, who just graduated university! She blogs to show people the way she sees the world, and let her creativity show through! Follow Jess on Instagram here!‘Dyslexia is more of a learning style’ – that’s how I see myself. I don’t see dyslexia asRead more