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1 year ago
Mervelee Ratty Nembhard
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Let my #family and #Friends take #stock of how Mervelee Ratty Nembhard must take on the #mantle of QUEEN NANNY of the MAROON in the MURDER COUNTRY with my Fight4justice after Barclays UK got away with Financial Ombudsman Service EVIDENCE Base CRAP. Many in the #pockets of the BACKRA MASSAHS as much as some I #teach at Townhead Primary School are SCAMMERS what else is there for them to do in this CORRUPT WORLD WE LIVE IN? There are #paedophiles led by #richardharty of the University of East London so who is going to give me ERT?
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8 years ago
Mervelee Ratty Nembhard is with Employment Appeal Tribunal and LEYF Nurseries.
February 23, 2014 ·
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Cure Parkinson Association.
I was lying in bed listening to BBC Radio 4 Appeal when my attention was drawn to the mention of Parkinson disease. For me the word Parkinson was like a red flag to a raging bull because of the effects the disease had on my Family when I was younger. Therefore Parkinson is embedded in my DNA and although I am better equipped to deal with it now, before it was a nightmare. I listened to every words uttered by Gavin Hastings as he described the signs and symptoms of Parkinson as they resonated with me. I can empathised with Gavin Hasting and his family when he talked movingly about the impact on his family when his wife was diagnosed with the condition at the age of 39 years old.
I know almost everything there is to know about this dreaded Parkinson disease because of my own personal experiences from an early age. My family that is my dad and younger uncle in particular were affected by Parkinson, and this had very devastating effects on their lives and that of the families. Worse was to come for me when I discovered at the age of 20 years that the only reasons I’d underachieved throughout my school life and until the discovery was that I have Parkinson disease. I guess I should have known earlier about the evidence staring me in the face but I didn’t.
Dad took sick and was signed off from work when I was still at Primary School and died when I was 20 years old. I helped mum with his care especially in the last years of his life because I had become a parent and a stay at home mum whilst mum took on dad’s role of main bread winner. Therefore I had all the time in the world to witness and identify the signs and symptoms of Parkinson that were manifested in my daily life. So from an early age I started experiencing some of the ailments that are associated with Parkinson disease. In later life when I realised that depression was closely linked to Parkinson, I could better understand my changing mood swings when Parkinson decided to take a hold on me. Sadly for me if I had all this knowledge that I have now at my disposal my life might have turned out differently?
I grew up being very angry about having the bad luck of the only surviving girl in the family. Only to be struck down with the same afflictions which rendered my dad useless in every sense of the word for many years of his short life. Unlike dad who had his God along with his Christian beliefs to see him through those difficult years in his life. I had no one to turn to with my dilemma, so I became a rebel and blamed dad’s God for failing us. I just could not understand how the God that dad loved, worshipped and dedicated his every existence to could allow dad to suffer the way he did? Although I had the nerves to question God’s handling of the matter, my dad’s faith in his God never faltered. In retrospect I am more than glad that dad was steadfast in his beliefs and I am happy to say I inherited some of his traits that are priceless and make the person I am today.
By this time I have 2 children so have to stop feeling sorry for myself and get on with this business called life of fulfilling my roles and responsibilities as a single mum. So I set about being accountable by making some life changing decisions to benefit my children and myself. I was already prescribed Valium in my teens and I made my own self-diagnosis that I had inherited my dad and uncle’s condition. There was absolutely nothing I could do about it, so had to live the best way I could manage. I knew without a doubt from I was 20 years old that I have PARKINSON DISEASE and I have tried to live my life around the condition ever since.
With knowledge comes wisdom and power and I’ve benefited enormously from the enhanced knowledge over the years as I have studied and being given opportunities to change my life. But surprise of surprises anyone with my condition are opened to DISCRIMINATIONS because of ignorance. I was penalised for becoming an ADVOCATE applying knowledge to identify children and families with diverse and complex needs so they can benefit from early intervention strategies. I am still facing misunderstandings as my deep concerns are misconstrued to show me in a bad light. These days I am using my knowledge, values and beliefs to good effects hoping my forward thinking visions and aspirations will prevent anyone else going through what I went through in my school life and later.
I am striving to stay away from confrontations because I know that lack of knowledge creates ignorance. As I said when I first embarked on studies at Lambeth College and done a placement at Turney Special School – “You cannot tell by looking…” I know exactly what I am talking about on certain matters because I have the experiences to back up my arguments. These days instead of succumbing to the pitfalls associated with conflicts and confrontations, I spend my time writing about my Life Journeys.
I give my dad’s GOD the honour and praises for seeing me through as I struggle, because I am still a sceptic. However I am a more tolerant person and I am glad to say my condition has not deteriorated any further from when I left Jamaica over 21 years ago. I know I have all the signs and symptoms that will never go away, but I am managing. I may have pass on my condition to 1 of my children but I know advancement in science have brought hopes to persons like me who have inherited a condition like Parkinson. I am detailing my life in writings so one day my family will get the chance to see me in a different light and may began to get a clearer picture of who I am and why I did not become the person I expected to?
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11 years ago
Mervelee Ratty Nembhard added 15 new photos to the album: VALENTINE’S Month Celebrations February 23, 2011 — with Employment Appeal Tribunal and
February 23, 2011 ·
Getting in the Spirit of Having Fun Times during the Valentine’s Celebrations – The Season of LOVE!!! Am not allowed to show M.S.F & H. F.???
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