My oldest son as an infant and toddler was a very happy boy. Always laughing, playing and making jokes. He charmed everyone he met and my husband and I were told by several complete strangers that he was “too happy”. 984 more words
Tags » Brain Fog
As a child I was quite a smart cookie. However, during my time at University, and even years before that, I was frequently anaemic, felt exhausted and suffered terribly from what I later knew to be… 629 more words
So, here’s the thing about living on the margins of disability with chronic fatigue and brain fog of uncertain etiology (i.e., unexplained symptoms).
Have you ever had a bad cold or hay-fever and you had to take a big honkin’ dose of Benadryl or Nyquil one of those other medicines that makes you all spacey and dopey? 2,802 more words
Am I expecting too much or needing more than is available? I really don’t think so; I don’t believe these negative feelings are simply the tapes of depression. 183 more words
I was very honored to be asked to do a guest post for the Hypothyroid Mom. If you are not familiar with this wonderful website, it is an incredible resource for all those who suffer with hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s thyroiditis (the autoimmune disease that is the number one cause of hypothyroidism). 116 more words