Caring for someone with Disabilities and Chronic Pain, and Making time for Yourself.

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Each day for me is a long day. I wake up, have a coffee, write and study. I am also a carer to someone who has disabilities, related to disabilities as a result of cancer treatment, and a car crash which brought on Chronic pain. This pain has doubled since the person I care for became seriously unwell with Covid-19 which landed him on oxygen with…

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I write about all kinds of things, and I love fiction of all kinds. Where creativity exists; there will always be me.

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Carol Townend

Carol Townend

I write about all kinds of things, and I love fiction of all kinds. Where creativity exists; there will always be me.

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