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After wandering over from Saint Peter’s Square in Manchester, I peeked over the wall to see some builders get on with business. I see the 200th anniversary of Peterloo as an important historical event, and the Peterloo memorial structure is currently being constructed. Manchester sits in the north of our country and pride usually arises […]
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This post may contain affiliate links. This means if you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no cost to you. This is a sponsored post with Brain Sentinel Consumer Systems. All opinions are 100% my own.   Being self-confident benefits most people in a variety of ways. It can help with managing […]
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Although I don’t want to tell you much about the blog post that’s due to be released on this website, I can tell you that it’s going to be an important one. It’s professional, it’s personal, and it also offers advice to people with epilepsy. How can you pick yourself up, deal with your issues […]
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The Epileptic Man by Epilepticman - 2M ago

Sorely lying on my bed on a Saturday night, I feel inclined to mention a few things before The Epileptic Man fades away. Thanking people is important; I thanked people a few hours ago for helping me deal with a seizure during a walk from Littleborough to Greenfield. Now I’ve made my way home, I […]
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The Epileptic Man by Epilepticman - 2M ago

If people leave their job ventures behind, retirement is usually what follows. He or she feels they’ve earned enough money in whatever industry they decided to stick with, so now it feels right for them to relax; both mentally and physically. In the end, it’s a must-do for everyone. However, my circumstances are slightly different. […]
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March has now come to a close. To be honest, I reckon I’ve just lived my quietest month ever since this blog first began. All my time hasn’t been wasted though; I’ve been busy behind the scenes. Much more activity seems likely to occur in other places soon enough too. What have I been Working […]
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The Epileptic Man by Epilepticman - 4M ago

Last month, February came to a close with a weird ending. On the spot, it surprised me too. I found out that March was about to begin with no money being made. I was sacked on the Thursday 28 February. I’ve also double checked with the Equal Advisory Support Service. The reasons they sacked me […]
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An earlier mid-February post has come to exist this week. That’s mainly because on Monday 4 Feburary 2019, I got a job. I didn’t mention it until Wednesday, after I’d been at work for one day and signed the annual contract. I guess I wanted to make sure it wasn’t all a dream! By Friday […]
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Two days of rest-up were planned out during January’s final weekend; 26 and 27 January. Why? Well, I did strain a muscle – it’s good to keep pressure off it for a while. But still, I don’t feel lazy doing this. This month has been very busy for me – I’ve been active both during […]
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In 2015, my self-esteem and confidence were sat higher than they’d been for quite a while. I wanted to make an impact on society that would be appreciated by others. The best way to do funding charity seemed like the best way to get attention. Plus, I felt the best way to fundraise was by […]

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