Monthly Archives: August 2010

I love my chiro, but…

… sometimes they make me nuts. Like when they start talking about me being “stuck” as though it’s an emotional issue, or there’s some deep-seated drama that’s broiling just beneath the surface of my psyche that needs to be exorcised, … Continue reading

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Great post about being of use

Kara Swanson has a great post here: http://karaswanson.wordpress.com/2010/08/28/here-make-yourself-useful/ Read and enjoy — and make yourself useful!

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Teaching my left side to be intelligent, too

I’ve noticed something quite odd, over the past few months… I don’t seem to be nearly as aware of my left side as my right — to the point of outright ignoring what’s going on on the left side, at … Continue reading

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How far I’ve come

The other evening I was walking upstairs with a bowl of soup balanced on a plate. I started to lose my balance a little bit, but then I caught myself, and I made it upstairs without spilling the soup. And … Continue reading

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Soaking it all in

I’ve decided that it makes no sense for me to take the ruminating rumblings in my brain very seriously, these days. Fact of the matter is, I’m tired and I have a lot of old crap rattlin’ ’round in there … Continue reading

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What shall I do?

I’m feeling profoundly sorry for myself, this evening. Lonely and lost and adrift. But I’m being ridiculous. And tired. I realize that, and I have the good sense not to succumb to my despair. Heck, I don’t have to stay … Continue reading

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Overslept – thank heavens

Today is a big day – my new boss starts today. Actually, it’s my boss’es new boss — the existing boss’es boss who flipped out over my faux pas a few weeks ago wisely perceives that they need an additional … Continue reading

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A million little hits

Somebody needs to do a study on the cumulative biochemical impact of constantly finding out you screwed up. I’m serious about this – especially for new mTBI survivors. And long-term survivors, as well. See, here’s the thing – stress impacts … Continue reading

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So very, very true

Read a wonderful post on the impact of distraction. Something must be in the air.

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Sinking some thought into it

I’ve been giving a lot of thought, lately, to how fragmented and disconnected my life tends to become when I’m tired. When I’m fatigued, head injured moments start to show up and proliferate, like a couple of rabbits in close … Continue reading

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