Street harassment is not a compliment.
“you shouldn’t be depressed, people have it worse than you”
finally, after years of searching, the person with the worst life ever is found. formally, they are granted permission to be sad. but only them. only they have earned it. no sads for anyone else at all ever
Don’t mistake my kindness for weakness. I am kind to everyone, but when someone is unkind to me, weak is not what you are going to remember about me. — Al Capone (via the-healing-nest)
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This week is Coeliac Awareness Week- the symptoms are many and varied and it is more common than people think! Most commonly misdiagnosed as IBS, anaemia, gastroenteritis. It’s worth looking into if you or anyone you know isn’t feeling well, as it can have serious effects on health if left undiagnosed. Simple blood test is all it takes, ask your GP!
For more information about Coeliac Disease in the UK visit: www.coeliac.org.uk/coeliac-disease
Other countries know it as Celiac Disease.
For awareness week the charity asked gluten free bloggers to share their diagnosis stories to help raise awareness. Mine is here: http://josiemakes.wordpress.com/2013/05/16/coeliac-uk-awareness-week/
Find others featured on the Coeliac UK website: http://www.coeliac.org.uk/news/your-diagnosis-stories-blogging-for-awareness-week
Keep your mind set in your ways, keep your heart strong.
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Coeliac Awareness Week - UK - 13 to 19 May 2013
We’re keen to ensure undiagnosed people with Coeliac Disease are tested. However, many Coeliac societies focus on the stereotypical symptoms, diarrhoea, stomach pains, bloating and so on. Many Coeliacs (us included) had none of these symptoms. So our aim this year, is to raise awareness of the variety of different symptoms and conditions that can be caused by Coeliac Disease.
If you’d also like more people to get screened for Coeliac Disease then pass on this message by sharing it on Twitter & Facebook. Remember to remind people that they need to keep eating gluten before the blood test and endoscopy.
Why should it take 13 yrs+ for someone to get an official diagnosis with Coeliac Disease? Let’s change that and spread the word. And remember if you yourself have Coeliac Disease then encourage your close relatives to get tested as there’s a 1 in 10 chance they also have it.
Don’t forget the majority of people don’t have obvious stomach problems with Coeliac Disease. So spread the word people!
i pledge allegiance
to the band
of mr. shneebly
and will not fight him for creative control
and will defer to him on all issues related to the musical direction of the band
Finished the blankie last night! #crochet #grannysquare #continuousjoin
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