The importance of traditional schooling for adults – why we need Linné Vux in Uppsala

Traditional schooling for adults is important – we need Linné Vux Continuing about education, I want to point out the importance of “offline” schooling; online adult courses aren’t for everyone. We need adult education centres like Linné Vux. I’ve studied both online and in the traditional way.  I went to …

I am feeling proud to have received my high school diploma after eleven years – anyone who think I shouldn’t be proud can **** off

I have reconsidered – I am proud of my high school diploma Obviously, the title is a joke. Unless you disagree, then you can **** off. A few days ago, I received my high school diploma, or rather a high school equivalent diploma from adult education. After eleven years of …

Diversifying the content on the blog – My illness alone does not define me

I am more than my illness – I’m not defined by it alone, although it does influence me I’ve been thinking for a while now that my blog has gone in a direction I’m not happy with. Of course, this is due to my depression. It took over my life …

Media’s lack of reporting about the life after child cancer cause vast ignorance

Media’s lack of reporting about the life after child cancer cause vast ignorance The past few days I’ve slept well, I have more energy and I have noticed my depression is getting better. This is where the frustration comes in – I want to do more with this energy I …

The reality of my, Erik Sturesson’s, life today, as a child cancer survivor

How the chemotherapy treatment affects me – 12 years after its completion In this post I’ll explain in which ways the chemotherapy treatment has affected me – physically and mentally. I do this to give context to what the side effects did to me – I’d also like to talk …