Monthly Archives: March 2015

Publication Family History Galway Vindicator 1866. The O’Donnellan ffrench Blake-Forsters by Michelle Clarke

Debrett’s Peerage. No.  But it is the family history of my grandmother’s family and a lineage detailed in 1866 in the Galway Vindicator and a book published by my grandmother’s uncle Charles ffrench Blake-Forster, High Sheriff Galway but who died … Continue reading

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Trinity College Dublin 1997 to 2003 but no Degree by Michelle Clarke

INTRODUCTION Manic depression. The highs and the lows, the possibilities that become impossible. Unlike other students with disabilities I did not have a special needs assistant until the third and final year. The Disabilities Department (representing students with a variety … Continue reading

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Nietzche ‘He who has the why to live can bear almost any how’ co Morbidities: is there a better way?

Why such detail about my own personal health.  Traumatic brain injury TBI is an unknown.  It is about the Brain.  Today January 15th my fear of dementia advancing to Alzheimers is outlined and you will then no why each groundhog … Continue reading

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