When I start to feel overwhelmed, whether it’s with tinnitus, chronic pain, work, or life in general, I have a place I like to go.
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Back in January I wrote about my time on retreat, and my mindful walks to and from a bench in the grounds. I did promise
Deciding to tell people that we are struggling with tinnitus takes courage. When we do open up, we do so in the hope that we’ll
I often describe learning to live with tinnitus as a journey. Grief provides the way markers for a big part. Psychiatrist Elizabeth Kubler-Ross is well-known
When we first experience tinnitus we (hopefully) find that friends rally round to support us both emotionally and physically. That might be through attending medical
It’s oh-so-easy to hate our ears. After all, for most people it’s thanks to the hearing loss in our ears that we have tinnitus. But,
Earlier this month I went on my annual retreat. I had been looking forward to it for over a year, working all through Christmas to
Last night I was awake from 4-6am. This is not uncommon for me. I didn’t stress about it as I know I’m not the only
Protecting our ears is super-important when we have tinnitus. So here is a rundown of the kind of protection that’s available and, importantly, how to
As some of my clients know, as I’ve tried to coach them and blow my nose discreetly, I have a heavy head cold. My ears
Do you know where you feel your fear? Mine is right in my gut. I feel like someone has punched through my belly button, grabbed
Yesterday as I waited 40 minutes to get through to my GP surgery (yes, really!) it struck me that for many in the tinnitus tribe,