Almost 2.5 years on since I’ve been diagnosed and I’m still learning every day on how I can better accommodate to my condition. I don’t think there’s an end to that journey, like everyone with everything else, whether it’s your career, relationships, health- the beauty of being a human being is being able to constantly learn and adapt.
There has been days I wish I knew the answers instantly and didn’t have to deal with anymore uncertainty and then I realise, life would be pretty boring!
Having moved away from London because of my condition, you would think I’d avoid going there, but the fact is, there are many people living in urban cities and polluted environments with this condition and need to be able to cope. I was lucky enough to have the option to move away to somewhere less polluted and I did- Scotland- fresher air! If I wanted to go to the extreme, I’d have moved to Iceland (one of the least polluted cities in the world), but let’s just say, I still wanted a ‘life’! But not everyone has this option.