More of us will die, warns homeless woman who found friend's lifeless body in doorway of Belfast shop BelfastTelegraph.co.uk A homeless woman who found her friend dead in a doorway in Belfast's High Street yesterday morning has warned there will be more tragedies unless action is taken. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/more-of-us-will-die-warns-homeless-woman-who-found-friends-lifeless-body-in-doorway-of-belfast-shop-37726743.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/article37726739.ece/a174e/AUTOCROP/h342/2019-01-19_new_47312971_I7.JPG Email A homeless woman who found her friend dead in a doorway in Belfast's High Street yesterday morning has warned there will be more tragedies unless action is taken. Sheila Forgoine (40), who has been sleeping rough in Belfast for three-and-a-half years, said she was "traumatised" after her friend, who she named as Robert James, passed away while sleeping in the doorway of The Bed Linen Warehouse. … [Read more...] about More of us will die, warns homeless woman who found friend’s lifeless body in doorway of Belfast shop
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"I LIVED my life under incredible, incredible guilt about being a bad person and a failure. I believed no-one liked me and I ruined my life by having an eating disorder. There was no way out other than to beat yourself up and become more and more depressed and inward looking."The words of 36-year-old Belfast woman Anna Kyle, who suffered throughout her life from, as she describes it, "not understanding the world". Anna was hospitalised twice due to an eating disorder, then found out in her 30s that this was actually her “coping mechanism” for Asperger's. Also known as Asperger Syndrome, Asperger's, is a form of autism, the developmental disorder characterised by significant difficulties in social relationships and in communicating, along with restricted and repetitive patterns of behaviour and interests.Current diagnostic figures show that there are four times more males than females diagnosed with autism. Commonly, autistic females can use masking to hide their social … [Read more...] about Knowing I have Asperger’s has enabled me to find out more about the real me
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Last fall many Pioneer Press readers became acquainted with my brother, Bob, a public schoolteacher from Woodbury coping with the ups and downs of life with brain cancer. Bob was at the midpoint of his 12-to-18-month prognosis for a glioblastoma. He’d just successfully proposed marriage to his love, Andi, while viewing the solar eclipse at a park in Missouri. As he wrote then, he was packing in as much life as he could, trying to slow time down — two bits of advice that prompted a deluge of emails and posts from all over the United States and beyond. The outpouring from perfect strangers was so uplifting for Bob and Andi, and so full of life advice, that we want to pay it forward. But first, a happy Bob update: He’s passed the two-year mark with no tumor growth and is feeling strong and living with passion, including taking a dream family trip to Paris. It’s not cause for euphoria — it’s a tense existence between bimonthly MRIs — but … [Read more...] about Dave Umhoefer: After my brother’s essay about dying, an outpouring from perfect strangers
Disbelief hard to conquer when the good die young BelfastTelegraph.co.uk It was somewhere near Naas on the way back from Portlaoise, during the half-time break of the Kildare-Fermanagh broadcast that I heard Des Cahill break the news on RTÉ Radio of William Dunlop's death at the Skerries 100 Road Race. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/gaa/disbelief-hard-to-conquer-when-the-good-die-young-37102619.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article37103163.ece/8f743/AUTOCROP/h342/ries-02-_Read-Only_.jpg Email It was somewhere near Naas on the way back from Portlaoise, during the half-time break of the Kildare-Fermanagh broadcast that I heard Des Cahill break the news on RTÉ Radio of William Dunlop's death at the Skerries 100 Road Race. As is the case in these circumstances, disbelief is hard to conquer. Sportsmen dying in their prime is something that we all struggle to comprehend. As journalists, there is a curious sense of a relationship between the … [Read more...] about Disbelief hard to conquer when the good die young