Is this information relevant? Mar 01, 2021

Every time you sit at your computer, open a new google search on your phone, or sign into Facebook ask yourself “Is this relevant?” “Will this information be of benefit to my situation?”. 

I know that if I do a search...

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Recognise the power of information Feb 14, 2021

It's inevitable. When you are diagnosed with a life-changing illness, you'll want to gather as much information as possible. Discover more about the disease, and what impact it will have on your life.

As I kept reminding myself, information is...

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You are the secret ingredient! Feb 07, 2021

Being diagnosed with a life changing illness can be quite scientific and clinical. As too when doctors deliver details of new symptoms that have arrived, and the impact these will have on you now and into the future.

As I discussed in the last...

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Your diagnosis. Your emotions? Jan 31, 2021

What words would you use to describe your experience of being diagnosed with a life changing illness? Go!

For me the words are: Clinical. Confusing. Out of body. Impersonal. Overwhelming. Information overload. Distressing images.

I was diagnosed...

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You can have an impact Jan 24, 2021

Do you believe in this statement?

When chronic illness interrupts your life…. It is how you respond that will define your life experience.

After years of living through the many challenges of my chronic illness this realisation was a game...

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Start moving forward today! Jan 17, 2021

In living with a chronic illness you often feel stuck. You may be overwhelmed by a diagnosis. Taken back by the discovery of new symptoms. Totally dejected by yet another period of poor health. 

Initially you need to sit with the emotions...

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Welcome to the Lives Interrupted Blog! Jan 13, 2021

Welcome to the Lives Interrupted blog!

For those who don’t know me, my name is Teisha Rose and my life was interrupted by multiple sclerosis over 20 years ago.

However this blog is not about MS. As your chronic illness may be something...

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