My mum suffered and died as a direct result of being placed and ill treated on the Liverpool Care pathway . Since positing the details of my complaint to Aintree University Hospital in January this year: I sent the details to baroness Neuberger who included my mums case in the review of the Liverpool Care […]
When sat down by a doctor and explained that you have an incurable medical condition that could become completely debilitating to you, cause you daily pain, and change every aspect of your life, you die. Your physical life has died, your career has died, your ability to care for your family has died, your ability […]
i borrowed this from a chronic pain group..i hope it helps others without chronic pain to better understand someone who does..(like me)..comments in parentheses and my initials kkl are my comments not the author of this blog.. 1. My pain – My pain is not your pain. It is not caused by inflammation. Taking your […]
The Liverpool Care Pathway was designed by the Marie Curie Hospice in Liverpool. It was designed to stop Cancer patients who expected to die within 33 hours, receiving unnecessary and often painful treatment. It was developed to help a patient die with dignity… that was until greedy hospital administrators and British Government officials got hold […]
Being diagnosed with memory loss isn’t the worst thing that can happen to you because in 15 minutes you have forgotten all about it.
Just here to say that I’ve not quit walking. 9 Million steps in a yr and a half. Addicted to the steps now. Doctor said due to injuries, I must remove my ankle-weights for a few weeks. I didn’t like that much… but the sooner I get back to 100%, the sooner I get me […]
…Sure and I did the Challenge… but there is the day to day. That is often more… Yes, I still walk an average of 20,000 Steps every day. In order to change the way you are, it is oft necessary to push your envelope. Do what is uncomfortable… make that habit. I’ll see you there!
Sure, and I have Challenges to help me make my Steps… but once you start Steppin’ Out, hard to quit. I enjoy a bit of extra work and wear 2.5 lbs per ankle in weights. The ones I like velcro around the ankle rather than strap. I have found these to be easier to adjust […]
My Goal was to get over 1 Million steps in less than 45 days. I’m happy to report that on day 41 I finished with 1,025,553 Steps.
Just to say I’m still Steppin’. Expect to achieve 1 Million Steps in the next couple days… yes, in under 45 Days. (most days with ankle-weights) You can do this too!