Really. My body has just been telling me this and I’ve been ignoring it. I’m done in, and exhausted. I think I now know where my husband is coming from. I’ve hit a wall and can’t push through it. No I don’t want sympathy at all. I just want to feel a bit more normal than what… Continue reading Worn out.
So eventually Doctor Fellow got around to getting his mind on track. He sat down and sighed seeming very frustrated that he’d totally lost control of ‘the interview’. What Rich doesn’t understand is that the Palliative Care Team needs to figure out things before they can continue. Indeed. He asked what our end of life… Continue reading Visit with Palliative Care II
I think I need a break somedays from being a Caretaker. We met with one of the Fellows — meaning a Doctor who is going to specialize in Palliative Care after he is done with learning and applying his knowledge in a setting like the VA Hospital. Doc Fellow wanted to know what was on Rich’s… Continue reading Visit with Palliative Care
It is no new big secret, I have a new friend that I met on a social media blogging site. At first we sort of tip toed around each other. I have to admit, she was bolder at getting me to agree to meet up. Of course I was hesitant because everyone knows that you… Continue reading When Friends Hurt.
What you don’t know won’t hurt you right? Well, wrong. I have a Google+ account and my grand daughter who is 12 has one also. Once in a while I pop in to see what she is up to. I am surprised and dismayed to find that with her interest in MLP, or My Little… Continue reading Children and the internet
“The victims of PTSD often feel morally tainted by their experiences, unable to recover confidence in their own goodness, trapped in a sort of spiritual solitary confinement, looking back at the rest of the world from beyond the barrier of what happened. They find themselves unable to communicate their condition to those who remained at… Continue reading Veteran’s Day