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So, my neuropsych is retiring in the spring. I’m probably in a state of denial,right now,with the inevitable progression from that state of mind to anger, bargaining, sadness, and acceptance. At least,that’s how it’s supposed to go. But I’m off … Continue reading
This is an extension of the piece I wrote years ago (January, 2011), called “After concussion – you’re not stupid, it just feels that way“. I’m writing this after seeing a physiatrist for a follow-up appointment regarding neck & shoulder … Continue reading
Last night I got a letter from my new neuro — you know, the one I had to wait five months to see, because the insurance company wasn’t transferring their credentials from their old hospital, and they didn’t aggressively follow … Continue reading
All the excitement of last weekend is finally chilling out. I’ve talked before about how I’m just not interested in things that used to fascinate me. I’m actually interested in a whole lot more things. And the weird thing about … Continue reading
One thing that has been a consistent problem with me for many years, is understanding what people are saying and being able to hold a reasonable conversation that I could then remember later. Yesterday someone found their way to this … Continue reading
So, I had a good appointment with my new neuro. Headaches = migraines. Confirmed. MRI coming up… partly to check on that pineal cyst that was discovered back in 2009. Everyone has assured me it’s no biggie. Tons of people … Continue reading
The tremors in my right thumb and hand have been getting more noticeable, lately. The numbness and tingling on the left side of my face has continued,and it’s now just a part of my day-to-day. And the neuro I was … Continue reading