The End ME/CFS Project: History Taking Root
The history books record that in the nineteenth century Louis Pasteur formulated a “germ theory” of microbes as the causative agents of disease, and thus revolutionized medicine. His findings, along with his contemporary, John Snow (who linked cholera to infected water supply),...
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The Guardian article - feedback wanted on coping with illness please

Discussion in 'Adrenal Dysfunction' started by Allyson, Apr 15, 2013.

  1. Allyson

    Allyson *****

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    The Guardian article - feedback wanted on coping with illness please

    from an EDS fb page - please contact ABI via fb

    or may post here and i will post the thread liink to fb for those who do not like fb and yet want to offer experiences

    Cheers

    Abi Stafford
    Hey Guys,

    I need your help. I'm writing an online article for The Guardian newspaper in the UK about life as a student in Higher education with an invisible disability.

    I am in my first year at university and suffer with EDS so this will be mainly what I focus upon in the article. I will consider the prejudices I have faced so far with having an invisible condition as well as the support I have been offered.
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    I'd be interested to know any of your experiences with how you may have been treated having an invisible condition in the education system.

    If you'd like to contribute please message me on Facebook!

    Hopefully this national recognition will help raise awareness about invisible Disabilities like EDS!

    Thanks,

    Abi
     
  2. ukxmrv

    ukxmrv Senior Member

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    The Guardian newspaper isn't very pleasent to people with ME. Esp if it's the online section. Hope this person gets a good hearing
     
  3. jemimatrue

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    I was struggling with attending college and having M.E. I was told my my college tutors to go and see a counsellor. When I
    was absent they told the rest of the class that I was having some 'personal problems'. I never went back.
     

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