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Sunday, 24 November 2013

It's the season of good will!

Hi everyone! as we are heading towards Christmas I'd love you to focus on sharing goodwill. Please take a look at this selection of photos of beautiful random acts of kindness. I hope they warm your heart like they warmed mine.

I'd love you to think about what you have done or could do to make someone's day and I'd be grateful if you could read the following and consider if you'd like to get involved

I have a debilitating condition called Functional Neurological Disorder. This causes a huge variety of symptoms including, severe weakness or paralysis, gait abnormalities and mobility problems. I also have myoclonic jerks (uncontrollable tremors and twitches). In many it also causes seizures. Every day I experience chronic fatugue and disturbed sleep. In addition,  I regularly experience dizziness, balance issues, sensory disturbances and huge amounts of pain every day. This is a rare disease and is very poorly understood and researched. I do what I can to raise awareness, raise funds and cheer other sufferers up. I regularly send care packages to other sufferers. Many of us are rarely able to get out so parcels and cards are a great way to show others in need that they are loved and cared for.

This is something you can get involved with to help spread good cheer and do a good deed in this season of good will. If you would like to get involved in helping sufferers of functional neurological disorder then please get in touch- You could send / donate cards or gifts, or even stamps to ensure the care packages can be delivered.

The UK government is currently donating £5 to the Text Santa charities for each moment taken to help someone else. This costs you absolutely nothing but benefits several great charities. Go to to list your good deed and help these charities. Personally I've now raised £75 for these charities by helping other sufferers of FND. Whether you are a fellow sufferer, friend or family member, neighbour or kind-hearted stranger, I'd love it if you'd like to help sufferers of FND. If you'd like to help please email me at

Alternatively there are many other ways to make someone's day when they are having a tough time:
You could donate food or blankets to a homeless shelter.
Why not run a giving tree and give the presents to your local hospital children's ward for kids in hospital over Christmas? I've done this many time and the look on children's faces warms my heart.
A similar activity could be done in a hospice or nursing home.
How about paying forward a cup of coffee?
What about volunteering an hour of your time to help a neighbour or a charity?

The list of good deeds could go on and on, and I'd love to hear your ideas and acts of kindness.

If you'd like to know more about how to get involved in helping sufferers of the debilitating condition Functional Neurological Disorder then you can also find me on facebook.

Thanks for reading

Happy Christmas and enjoy the warm glow you'll get helping others in qiick, simple,  free ways this season of good will.

Laura Cordell


  1. LOVE this whole idea of 'paying it forward' Laura. I am a big fan of random acts of kindness - the world would be such a better place if all humans took this approach to life. To look after one another by a kind gesture of goodwill. Great idea for a blog, I hope that more people take to doing something for someone else this Christmas, and all year round :) good job! x

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