'Nothing feels real a third of the time'
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Nothing feels real a third of the time

Chris Young describes himself as a cuddly and warm person but says that when dissociating due to borderline personality disorder nothing feels real, the world goes “seriously fuzzy” and touching his wife becomes “like handling meat”.

He’s walking and talking his way around the UK to raise awareness of the condition.

Also, two young stroke survivors who fell in love, and US disability rights advocate Lawrence Carter-Long on why for him, the word disabled trumps differently abled or special needs.

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  • 04 Dec 2017