Lucinda lives in London and was diagnosed with dyspraxia as a child. She is passionate about animals and combines cat and dog sitting with temporary work. She is also interested in mental health and its links with dyspraxia.
You do something well, and somebody congratulates you. “It was just luck, a fluke,” you say. You try something else but it doesn’t work out. “Typical. I screwed up again. I’m always messing things up!” you tell yourself. Your friend tries something, and it doesn’t work out for them. Do you say the […]Read More