I taught university level courses in sociology and criminal justice for over 30 years but I'm retired now. Still, I'll always be a sociologist, engaging in discussions about learning and teaching sociology, commenting on current events and offering book, video and website reviews.
Tales of a freelance nerd
Chronic Illness Warrior, Wife of a Husband with Bipolar. 2 Boys and a Crazy Life. Interviewed on This Morning By Phil and Holly. Featured in The Sun and Closer magazine.
Coping With Chronic Migraines
Art + Life with Panhypopituitarism & ONH/SOD
This is Kim
Discovering life in my early twenty's.
Mental health and parenting... slightly messy but so is life.
A spoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down
Are You Aware?
Lions can wear glasses too
Presenting Life Delicacies with a Pinch of Salt
'You did then what you knew how, when you knew better, you did better .' - Maya Angelou
A Kraniac's Guide To Life With Chronic Migraine
Writer, Blogger, Survivor, WIP (in all ways). This is the blog about my broken body and how I live, love & cope with a chromic genetic condition which in our family we call Mah Eeds (pronounced like "needs" but without the "n"). Officially it is Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome. Coming to you from my fabulous Office (bed).
Raising awareness. Inspiring Hope. Embracing mindfulness.
Because giving up isn't a option
I am so glad you have chosen to visit my website and I hope you will continue to come back to read more! You will see that I do believe that a positive attitude can make a huge difference! I truly hope that my website will reassure others that they are not alone with their battles; my goal is to help others!
A Blog About Life With Chronic Daily Migraine