Posts Tagged ‘ptsd’

Do You Push Your Limits When You’re Sick?

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I just got back from a ten-day heavenly trip to Georgia with Shannon: lush palms, Spanish moss, butterflies, lazy boating on a lotus lined river, and my mystery fever (just for a day). I get mystery fevers every few weeks and have for a long time.  I down Tylenol, drink tons of water, lay low that...
August 25th, 2009 | Everything Changes | Read More

Have you ever used visualization or imagery?

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Our bodies are great at remembering hard times: The smell of alcohol in a hospital makes my heart race.  I can’t wear turtlenecks because they remind me of the compression bandage on my throat after my thyroidectomy. But the flip side is that our bodies can conjure great experiences too.  Here’s...
August 17th, 2009 | Everything Changes | Read More

Patients for a Moment

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Patients for A Moment is a blog carnival by/for/about patients.  Every other week Duncan Cross, blogger extraordinare, solicits posts from patient bloggers.  He then features them all together in a singular post on his blog.  Now he is passing the torch.  Twice a month, a new blogger will host...
July 28th, 2009 | Everything Changes | Read More