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Mental Health Awareness Week

So, it is May which means it’s Mental Health Awareness week, but there is not a buzz around it. Yet, this year’s focus is loneliness. One in Four Adults feel lonely some or all the time. The impact of loneliness can be significant. Yet very few will talk about it. I was intending to write […]

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The Commute, some answers to the questions you never asked.

Commuting in London, conjures up all sorts of images, the sharply dressed rushing to get the train, swerving around the people trying to give you a free paper while trying to grab a freebie without breaking your stride. All while trying to avoid tripping over the homeless people surrounded by sandwiches and a torn coffee […]

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You are not allowed in here!

What can you do to change access to assistance dog users.

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#NotJustADog

In 2016 I was provided with an assistance dog, he was 6 months old and learning to become the most resilient and professional dog that I know and you will know as Ziggy @AssstanceZiggy on social media. Why do I need Ziggy? This is always a good question to ask, firstly because I don’t have […]

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An Open Blog to myself

Should you consider this…. Friday just past and the need arose to pay a visit to Urgent Care, hmm yep Friday night visit to a NHS facility, needs must. I sit typing this with my loyal assistance dog (Ziggy) resting his head on me, reassuring me letting me know he is here for me. He […]

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