Mum and I travelled into Birmingham last week to attend one of a number of meetings around the country, organised by the Infected Blood Inquiry (IBI) team. It was hosted by Catherine Nalty - the Deputy Secretary to the Inquiry, along with Laura and Luke, to update the participants on how the inquiry is progressing. … Continue reading Infected Blood Inquiry – Information Meeting 06.02.20
Happy to be Ros
So here we are. Writing for no real reason. I'm doing this during a Tap & Write session with Kate Marillat as part of her Taping Collective group on FB, which uses EFT to release resistance and blockages when you are trying to write. It's a great group video session that uses tapping to release … Continue reading Happy to be Ros
Why dad’s death was not devastating. For me.
You see, I am most familiar with death. I was killed the moment you put a price on my life. You decided the value of me was less than the value of the profits you were likely to make, the costs I was likely to cost, the prestige you were likely to garner from publishing … Continue reading Why dad’s death was not devastating. For me.
Am I anti-NHS?
If you've heard recently about the Infected Blood Inquiry and read the media reports you may be getting the impression the NHS fucked up. You may be thinking that we, the contaminated community, are waging a decades long war against the NHS. That we are accusing them as a body of destroying our lives and … Continue reading Am I anti-NHS?
Help Wanted – warning bad language
This morning I am not well. It's weird actually saying that, because it's my mental health that is shot, however, for some reason I feel like that is my fault, that I am somehow in control of my mental state and that I should just "pull myself together", woman up and be "ok". Well this … Continue reading Help Wanted – warning bad language