An Introduction

Welcome To A Jackals Voice. The intention of this blog is to be an outlet for myself and others on topics that are not generally discussed...

Monday, 10 December 2018

How I fight loneliness


Hello and welcome back to A Jackals Voice.
Despite the title of this post it's not an overly sad topic when I think about it. Yes, feeling alone isn't exactly pleasant, but it is temporary. Today I would like to share what exactly makes me feel this way, and what I try to do to combat it, healthy or otherwise. So, let’s get into it.

Tuesday, 17 July 2018

Back in the Saddle

Welcome back to A Jackals Voice.
I've been away for quite some time I know, and I do have a reason, though not one I'm particularly proud of. Prior to that I'd like to talk about today's post. Today I would like to talk about thinking traps, how they effect us, and how we might be able to break loose. So without further a due, let the rambling commence.

                                       

Monday, 5 February 2018

I've been Diagnosed!

Welcome back to A Jackals voice.
 A lot has happened since my last post, and to be honest I haven't really been in a place to write about it. However, as of yesterday, I have been formally diagnosed. I have Functional Neurological Symptoms. The short version is that I have psychological problems which are cause neurological type symptoms. The disclaimer is that I can potentially get better through hard work and treatment, but it's not a total guarantee.


Monday, 4 December 2017

The things we don't see

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I'm sorry I've been away so long, there were a few things that had to be done. Things like; testing my body's limits, going out on small adventures, nothing really of note, but essential nonetheless. During this time I've learned two things. The first is that I am able to have a life, and a good one to boot. The second is that I really must slow down, or risk burning myself out as I have done this past week. So, sitting at home, hiding away from the world, I thought I'd share with you exactly what I'm hiding, and why so many people with mental health conditions do so.


Wednesday, 15 November 2017

A Jackal Walks

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It's been almost 13 months since my Panic Attack that started all of this. 13 months since my arms and legs stopped doing what they were told, and my voice stopped cooperating. Whilst I'm by no means better medically speaking, in terms of coping with my condition I've come a long way since those early days. Sometimes I forget how long it's been, other times it's all I think about, but as I said in my last post, I'm not just going to wait around for my doctors anymore. Today was the first day of my new life, and it was a bloody good one.