The LUNA Blog

Welcome to our blog! We are passionate about the importance of reading the experiences of others, and of the empowering nature of writing about your experiences! Our blog shares the experiences of disabled/chronically ill young people and their friends, looking at a huge range of topics- we have had over 50 different young people write for us, something we are super proud of! Check out what we have below!

If you would like to write for us, please just give us an email at thelunaprojectuk@gmail.com We would love to hear from you!

Bodies Month...

Women's Month...

The intersection of mental and physical health...

Our Education Series...

Our Pride Series... 

Our Navigating Life Series... 

Our Lost and Gained Series 

Our Lockdown Series...

Talking about Diagnosis and Doctors... 

Our Loneliness Series...

Talking everything Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)... 

Our Accessibility Series...

Our Socialising Series...

Our Independence Series...

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“Computer says no” – Striking the balance when your body isn’t having it

Image Description: The background is a dark purple. In each corner there is a beautifully illustrated colourful head and shoulders. They are Disabled people of a variety of genders and ethnicities. Running between these people are continuous white line drawings of abstract faces. This was created by @kteaillustrations. In the centre there is a silvery box with a picture of Jess inside. Underneath is the text “Computer says no” – Striking the balance when your body isn’t having it by Jess Spell

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