Every day I see more and more people being added to groups, and forums who are chronically ill, and confused about what to do. Some have been diagnosed with Lyme disease, some with Fibro., MS, and/or ME/CFS, and many more. Some carry the badge of “All of the Above”.Read More »
I have a terrible head cold, so last night, I was scrolling through Netflix, and found a documentary with an interesting name: “A Leaf of Faith”. I had no idea what it was about, it is a new release, and I saw the word “Kratom” in the description. Discussions about the use of Kratom have been popping up all over, and when something like this comes along, I have to know more. Read More »
“How to deal with
assholesthe behavior of others when we can barely function, is a life skill we’ve had to learn the hard way.”
Imagine my hopefulness when seeing this headline on the front page of our local paper! Needless to say, I was encouraged to see Lyme mentioned, but my hopes for an actual unbiased, fact-based piece of journalism were soon dashed.Read More »
Yes, we do have rights!
Hey everyone, I guess it’s been awhile. To be honest, I just haven’t felt inspired enough, or angry enough to crank out a post. My apologies, but, as you know, such is the life of a person with a chronic illness…
Let’s just call it what it is: CHRONIC LYME DISEASE.
Yes, it does exist, and no matter what you are told, it’s NOT all in your head.
I was reminded of this, quite abruptly, while watching “The Bleeding Edge” on Netflix. Follow the link, and read the article. If you have any kind of man made parts in your body, brace yourself. Then, come back, and read my rant.
Follow me back in time…
Five years ago, while seeking only the 2nd opinion about my illness, I went to an MD, who told me that all of my symptoms were psychosomatic. In his opinion, my symptoms were the result of increased stress, and depression.
(This assumption, by many a health care professional, may in fact, be doing more harm than good.)
He wrote me a prescription for Prozac®.Read More »