reasoning

First an explanation. I haven't been writing about my journey lately because I have been seriously busy trying to get my autism evaluation done. In the past when I wrote about my progress, things didn't work out. I figured by keeping quiet I could maintain my focus. Trying to get something done, that seems impossible,... Continue Reading →

Is this #2 for real?

I think I may have cracked my case, so to speak. I found someone that gives a low income discount, for Medicaid, is seeing new adults and only does the testing/evaluation for ASD. The testing isn't free, about $1,000, and is 100 miles away. After 3.5 years looking, I would have found transportation to just... Continue Reading →

Tortured by Sound

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 →

Step Sideways

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 →

Until further notice…

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 →

Holy Hamburglar Batman

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 →

My Last Appointment

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.

Nothing here for me.

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 →

Still laughing?

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 →

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