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Reform Magazine | September 22, 2018

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I am…

I am… on employment support allowance

28/08/2018 |

Clair Richards on her experience of being on employment support allowance

I worked in a primary school but then I fell in town and I’ve had sciatica, so have been off work. Six months after I’d fallen, they realised I … Read More

I am… agoraphobic

26/06/2018 |

Laura Bartley on being agoraphobic

I began suffering with severe agoraphobia in 2015 after the breakup of a long-term relationship. I started having panic attacks every day, sometimes several in a day. They were so horrible that I became terrified … Read More

I am… a Windrush generation immigrant

29/05/2018 |

Catherine Ross on being part of the Windrush generation

I am a black Caribbean, born on the sunny island of St Kitts in 1951. I left my island home at seven years old to settle in England, and was one … Read More

I am… a junior doctor

30/04/2018 |

Melody Redman shares the reality of life as a junior doctor

As everyone is aware, the NHS is under massive pressure. Being a doctor, and as a Christian, I want to deliver the best care for every patient but the … Read More

I am… hungry

27/03/2018 |

Going hungry on the bread line

My benefits are all over the place. I am on jobseeker’s allowance, and I get £72 a fortnight at the moment for me and my two kids, who are nine and eight. That’s after … Read More

I am… a former porn addict

23/02/2018 | 1

Virginia Nicholls tells her story of overcoming porn addiction

Shame is a feeling that sticks to you like glue. It is hard to pick off. When you do try to pick it off, it can leave marks behind. It can … Read More