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We Thank You For Your Support ๐Ÿฆ‹

After a long hard think, and after making a really difficult decision I have decided to let people know whatโ€™s been going on.

As some of you may be aware my son has Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) as well as traits of Autism, along with my non-visible disabilities we were struggling to keep our heads above water and overwhelmed by difficulties. Eventually I had to leave my job to become a full time carer for him as neither of us were coping in the situation we were in.

To help myself cope with the drastic change I started writing/creating music in awareness of mental health and how the pandemic has majorly affected not just my mental health, but so many others around us.

Please listen and enjoy this music I have created for anyone and everyone to listen too, to try and help others that are going through a similar situation. Thank you for all your support-it means a lot.

(Writer credit): Kate

Here’s 2 fantastic playlists:) Keep Calm, Summer is on! and Timeless Trance 2021 by Enza Hebert.

Get The Word Out-Invisible Illness Awareness Week!

I just learned today that this week is Invisible Illness Awareness week.  Itโ€™s all about spreading the word to those who donโ€™t quite understand what invisible illness is or what itโ€™s like to be chronically ill with it. I shared this link tonight on Facebook from The Mighty with all my friends and family on [โ€ฆ]

Get The Word Out-Invisible Illness Awareness Week!

October 2020: Invisible Illness Awareness Week ๐Ÿ’™

We all need to play our part.

ME: the most devastating disease youโ€™ve never heard of. May 12th is Invisible Illness Day; a day to bring attention and awareness to illnesses and diseases which donโ€™t manifest obvious outward symptoms for the world to see. We, the sick, need people to understand, to care, to help us advocate when our treacherous bodies wonโ€™t allow us to. YOU can help when you #GoBlue4ME!

ME And Invisible Illness Day: May 12th