How Can I Keep Working with A Chronic Illness?

I sometimes describe my chronic illness as a three-year-old child on meth that only I can see. But as I’m sure many mothers would tell you (even of those whose toddlers are not addicted to meth) you do eventually become immune to constantly being distracted by something whose well-being you are entirely responsible for every…

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7 Bland Foods to Keep on Hand for a Sour Stomach

So let’s say you did something stupid. Maybe you ate calamari last night. A lot of calamari. Nice move, genius. Now it’s four in the morning and you’re hanging out on your bathroom floor wondering how in the https://www.acheterviagrafr24.com/prix-du-viagra-en-pharmacie/ hell you’re going to stay focused during your 8 AM conference call. But you were smart…

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Chronic Illness: When Should I NOT Be Driving?

I’ve often found myself stranded at the mall or the grocery store or the infusion center and have had to call my mom or husband to pick me up. We don’t really have a robust Uber community in Boca Raton yet. But I should know better. There are certainly a handful of times when your…

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Caring for Someone Who is Stoned After Surgery

The first time I had to go under anesthesia, I cried and cried until the lights went out. I was so afraid that I’d feel everything! But as my Grandpa told me: it will be the best sleep you ever have. And it was! But waking up from anesthesia? Well, that’s not always the easiest…

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