My name is Rachel, I am 29 years old and writing my first blog,
So why have I started to do this?
I want this blog to encourage everyone to have a better understanding of what daily living is like for a person, like me, living with chronic illnesses – We all have a story, I’d love to hear yours…?
I want to connect with people who deeply desire to help not only themselves but others understand that just because you look “normal” doesn’t mean you don’t have a disability.
There is a phrase many of us will be familiar with and can relate to, when people say “To look at you, you wouldn’t think there was anything wrong” – Again, this can be down to just a lack of understanding of what that person is going through or just plane ignorance, so together with us all networking I want us to spread the word that you don’t have to be in a wheelchair to have a disability or be ill and most importantly that because your ill we should miss out on life.
As a young woman living with multiple chronic diseases, growing up I soon realised that I didn’t have a “normal” life and have been through some incredible life changing experiences, having gone through so much as a child, teenage and now an adult I’ve finally decided that I want to share this and my aim is to create an online community, not only discussing my illness and what I go through on a daily basis but would love to hear your life stories and be the support network that I never had.
I hope this blog inspires you to never give up, shows that no matter how hard the day becomes, there is always light at the end of the tunnel.
I hope you enjoy the blogs I put up and I look forward to hearing from you 🙂
2 thoughts on “I am proud of my scars – They are the roadmap of my life, where I have been and where I am going…”
Hi Rachel ,I just read your blog and well done !. It’s written beautifully you should be very proud of yourself .xx
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Hi Mickey, thanks very much your positive comments are appreciated. It was hard at the start for me to write this but I hope my vulnerability helps others to open up about their own experiences. Do you have a blog? Xx