Monthly Archives: May 2014

The Box under My Bed: an Unashamed Plug for Post Pals

I keep a box under my bed. It is a bright pink shoebox with a white lid. It contains, not shoes but letters; dozens of them, from people I have never met. When I was diagnosed with ME in my … Continue reading

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ME and Mental Health, Part 2: ‘So that means you’re depressed then?’

The two most common responses when people learn I have ME are “Isn’t that the one that makes you tired?” and “So that means you’re depressed then?” I tackled the first of these assumptions in a previous post; I intend … Continue reading

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