I'm not sure I agree. Speaking about your health allows everyone to be a bit more open about everything - one reason I blogged about my ruptured appendix was that it would show others what I'd gone through, what they could learn from it, and understand just how sucky it was for me.
Additionally, speaking about mental health is incredibly important, as most folks suffer from it, just don't talk about it, and awareness of it can help folks get diagnosis / help if they're not aware of it.
Happy Second Appendixaversary (2 mins read).
Celebrating the second anniversary since my appendix ruptured - and reminiscing on the benefits of a well-funded NHS.
An interesting read, especially since I keep a watch on these by https://www.jvt.me/posts/2019/10/27/owning-step-count/
Finally Returning to Full Time Work After 123 Days (2 mins read).
Receiving the final sign off after four months off for my ruptured appendix.
2017 in Review (68 mins read).
A look back over the awesome (and not so awesome) things that happened in 2017, and a look forward to what 2018 holds.
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