Beyond Human Endurance By Carol Lee Brook Quote from the cover of this book. "What you are about to read is true. This is the way it happened--this is what Carol wants you to know and believe. Because what happened to her... COULD HAPPEN TO YOU!" Before adding this book to my for later shelf,... Continue Reading →
Since my PCP gave me a referral to a head doctor, I have been calling providers across the state and playing phone tag. My call log says I have called 61 providers. Of those I am still waiting on 11 call backs. Of the 51 I have spoke with, none have met the three prerequisites:... Continue Reading →
Since I'm out of data until July 19th, I won't be posting as much. I haven't found $11 laying on the ground. I am going to try to get to town once a week. My PCP put in a referral to get my head examined last Monday. I still haven't got a call from anyone... Continue Reading →
I think I'm fine when I'm alone and not being judged. It only when I'm around others that I have my doubts. I just read my post, the one I wrote at 2:30am, of returning to camp a few days ago. I remember making the post, but couldn't remember what I wrote. Now that I... Continue Reading →
This is the audio recording of my last mental health appointment towards the end of March, before I received my Social Security hearing decision. *The weight loss in a short time referenced was 31 pounds in 25 days. Hyperacusis - the opposite of hearing loss.Phonophobia - fear of being around noise.
I guess this is my farewell. My mental health provider finally returned my call. It's just a little late because the person I needed to speak with works Tuesday-Thursday. Yet another example of how bad doctors are about calling people back or the receptionists aren't giving them the messages. I called the crisis line and... Continue Reading →
What could possibly go wrong now? I've crossed my i's and dotted my t's right? All I have to do is wait a little, take a breath and relax cause the ball is rolling. The more I thought about it, it became clear that there were flaws. Places where the ball could still end up... Continue Reading →