Lucy Atkinson
    I’m Lucy & I was diagnosed with Marfan Syndrome as a teenager. I’m an occasional blogger who often discusses life with chronic illness/health conditions. I also like coloured eyeliner and piercings. I’m from North West England. U.K.
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    Because it could change a life: Marfan Syndrome

    Marfan Syndrome awareness month is upon us again! If you’ve followed my blogs in the past, you’re probably thinking "here ...
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    Distract from the pain

    Pain management is a personal experience. With chronic pain finding the right way to manage the pain takes time and ...
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    Who’s got your back?

    Who's got your back? International Scoliosis Awareness Day was on June 30 with the theme #gotyourback18. I feel passionate about ...
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    A positive pain management experience

    Earlier this year I was referred to the Pain Management Clinic at my local hospital, and last month I had ...
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    My first CBT session | Hypermobility Connect

    My First CBT Session

    BEFORE: Tomorrow morning I will be attending my first CBT session which will be a new experience for me. I ...
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    The daily realities of Marfan Syndrome

    At the beginning of February, I made a vow to write at least one blog post a week in aid ...
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    Finding my voice through Marfan Syndrome

    My life with Marfan Syndrome has been incredibly challenging, to say the least. But do you know has been one ...
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    Learning you have Marfan Syndrome

    When I first received my Marfan Syndrome diagnosis many years ago, I felt like I had been given a death ...
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    What is Marfan Syndrome?

    Here at Hypermobility Connect, we like to get behind the awareness days/months that are in place for some of the ...
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    Making the most of time indoors (when you have a chronic condition)

    If you're living with a chronic condition like Marfan Syndrome, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome or any hypermobility condition, and you're anything like ...
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