claro replied to the topic Trouble quitting the drink in the forum Chit chat 4 years, 8 months ago
You need to talk Peter, you have made a start here, open up to your friends and family, be honest, you need their support, if there is no-one to talk to then a good GP and AA will certainly help.
claro replied to the topic NHS in crisis in the forum Chit chat 5 years, 2 months ago
(No defence of the government, just my tuppence)
There needs to be a better system in place to stop people presenting at a&e with minor ailments. If only those who genuinely needed a&e were there it might be a different story.
That being said, that means the whole system needs overhauled, being able to get a same day Gp appointment, seemless…[Read more]
claro started the topic Renting out room in a rented house? in the forum Chit chat 5 years, 2 months ago
Has anyone had any success getting permission from a landlord to rent out a room in the house you rent from them? I would like to let a 2 bed house and find someone to rent the other room but wondering how common it is for landlord/letting agents to allow this…will make inquiries tomorrow but just thought I’d see what you guys had to say!
claro replied to the topic REVIEW: Is YODEL the worst company ever? in the forum Chit chat 5 years, 2 months ago
Hermes patchy round here too, delivered to the wrong house, my neighbour who was away and left the parcel in her drive.
I’m still waiting for a delivery from something I ordered on 21st December, I was assured I didn’t need to pay for next day delivery and first class would be fine. Supplier has been shut since lunchtime on the 23Rd until this…[Read more]
claro replied to the topic Need kick up the backside fitness help please! in the forum Chit chat 5 years, 3 months ago
Personally I’m of the opinion the constant fatigue is your body trying to tell you something. I would start off with a gentle walk and build up gradually from there as you feel comfortable – I’m no fitness expert but have a wealth of experience with fatigue sadly.
@kelly Interesting points, and you missed out the hugely significant and costly effects of booze upon the nation …….. but then the revenue derived from alcohol sales more than covers the caring costs to the nation I’d have thought.
I do though have some agreement with Goldenstar in that it’s wrong for us to wantonly or recklessly ignore what we…[Read more]
@Red-1 I think you are totally right Goldenstar, but what politician is going to say it, even if they think it? When the NHS was brought into being the theory was that it would become less expensive as the population’s health would improve. Well no doubt the population’s health has improved, but for drug companines and so on, they have had a…[Read more]
I worked for the NHS for 27 years and the waste was incredible, paying over the odds for light bulbs and photo copier paper for instance.
Also departments were given an annual budget and if they didn’t spend that budget in the financial year they had the amount they had saved lopped off the next years budget. Therefore near the end of the…[Read more]