Monthly Archives: August 2016

5. Looking back

It has taken me a while to write this post, as I have dug down deep into what I know of my past family history to reevaluate the behaviours of relatives¬†living and deceased, in order to draw a parallel with … Continue reading

Posted in Autism Spectrum Disorder, Carers

4. Fight the Good Fight

It took 5 weeks and a number of failed lumbar punctures before my sister was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS). She had first been diagnosed with transverse myelitis, a condition resulting from inflammation, one of the symptoms of which was … Continue reading

Posted in Autism Spectrum Disorder, Multiple Sclerosis

3. Looking into the abyss

I was in the middle of a shoot when I received the call. ¬†‘I can’t feel my feet!’ Slightly agitated at being disturbed at work and needing my sister to not be so dramatic, I asked ¬†‘What do you mean? … Continue reading

Posted in Multiple Sclerosis