It's a familiar "rule" that we've all been told at one point or another, either by friends or family or even our partners; "You can't
I was fifteen years old when I met Him. Charismatic, dark and handsome, and a badass biker on top of that, he was everything I thought made him too good for me, so when he actually wanted to talk to me, to spend time with me, it was pretty much a dream come true.
I've had fibromyalgia (fibro, for short) for about five years now, and I'm not gonna lie, it's a real bitch. The list of my body parts that it
Yes, my title is a pun. Because while we can't all afford to give cash to those in need, we can
I live in the UK, and here we have absolutely no legal method of smoking cannabis. Now, I'm not here trying to legalise it completely, because recreational smoking in large quantities can really be damaging to you — for example, making mental health conditions worse, and specific symptoms can be exacerbated, like paranoia. However, its use as a treatment of various medical conditions like glaucoma and Parkinson's disease is widely accepted in places like California. We've all seen a video or two of someone with Parkinson's having an uncontrollable fit of shaking. Their carer somehow administers medical marijuana, and the fit ends in minutes. It's miraculous to watch, so imagine being the person it's helping — it must feel incredible to get that level of relief so quickly.
I'm a feminist. It's a dirty word these days, so I figured I'd just get it out there.