Confessions of a Spoonie: Louise Munro

Hello everyone! Today’s Confessions are from Louise Munro who is a student in Edinburgh. She recently contacted me about her dissertation and in return agreed to take part in this series for me, so thank you again Louise!

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Outside Looking In: Ed

I am so sorry that I haven’t posted any of these guest posts for so long! I’ve been struggling with health and final Uni assignments, but I am back now to finish posting the final guest posts, starting with Ed’s Outside Looking In! Continue reading “Outside Looking In: Ed”

Confessions of a Spoonie: Invisibly Me

In today’s post, Caz from Invisibly Me gives her confessions! Continue reading “Confessions of a Spoonie: Invisibly Me”

Outside Looking In: Lisa Curbow

Hello, today’s Outside Looking In is by Lisa Curbow, whose husband suffers from a chronic illness! Continue reading “Outside Looking In: Lisa Curbow”

Confessions of a Spoonie: Eleanor Smith

Hello it’s Jodie taking over Amy’s Blog today! In today’s post we have Eleanor giving us her Confessions of a Spoonie! Continue reading “Confessions of a Spoonie: Eleanor Smith”

6 Things Only a Spoonie Would Know || Thomas Brown

A spoonie can denote any individual who suffers from a chronic illness. It is a term that is related to the people who are experiencing some chronic illnesses. The term spoonie derived from an account written by Christine Miserandino titled as The Spoon Theory. Spoonie is a term that really mentions a very central symbol which lets chronic patients to illustrate their ill health and the challenges they deal with to another person. Spoonie theory focuses on describing the issues that a person living with a chronic illness suffers or come across in their daily life. Continue reading “6 Things Only a Spoonie Would Know || Thomas Brown”