Taking a brake from disability campaigning 

Hello… I’m going to be taking a brake from disability campaigning, 

I’m tired well exhausted actually, and I’m not up for fighting to keep doing

What I do…

If you interested in discussing a national disability organisation, here’s a link… 

I want to take this opertunity to say I have no intention of being on any executive or steering group

I’m facilitating a space… I’m just an admin… Nothing more and I’m not interested in getting

Involved in the whys and where fours of disability politics…

Please use the space for constructive talks… 

I’ve no more spoons to discuss my reasons and the deep hurt I feel…

Take care of yourselves

Big hugs Dxxx 

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. jaynel62 says:

    Debbie you need explain yourself to NO ONE – Take ALL Care of You and Yours. All Very best my lovely xxxx

    1. I agree with Jayne. you’ve paid a heavy price to get this far, Free yourself from the world’s negativity – from the sources of ignorance telling you what you can and cannot do – by promising to fight back, to fight harder, to laugh louder and longer and slap adversity back into its seat whenever it dares to stand against you.
      the reason so many of us give up is because we tend to look at how far we still have to go, instead of how far we have come. Remember, life is a journey, not a destination.
      It’s not selfish to love yourself, take care of yourself, and to make your happiness a priority. It’s necessary!

      Moving on doesn’t mean you erase or completely forget the things from your past, it just means that you find a positive way of surviving without them in your present.
      you can’t solve a problem on the same level it was created, you have to rise above it to the next level.
      Knowing isn’t enough; you must apply. Willing isn’t enough; you must DO. Better to take a tiny action now instead of a big action someday.

      you know where i am. Thinking of you and sending you lots of ❤ xxx

  2. A6er says:

    Reblogged this on Britain Isn't Eating and commented:
    Sorry to see you go Debbie but I appreciate your health (and sanity lol) must always come first.
    Thank you for being such an inspirational figure to me, and others, selfless people like yourself have both educated,supported & informed thousands of disabled people like me across the net.
    All the best.

    1. ravenswyrd1 says:

      Thank you I’m sure I’ll be back in one form or another and I’ll be working on the truth seekers, I’m just having a rest… Let the dust settle… Dxxx

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