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The Devil Really is in the Details

I get bored easily. I’m the kind of guy that wants minimum detail in a conversation so I can resume my daydreams of pancakes. You know those unnecessary details. 319 more words

Writing Challenge

Writing with CFS: the Lookback Period

Know thyself

I’m baffled yesterday, I’m baffled today.

Don’t I have this ‘process,’ this self-discipline, locked down? Don’t I know how to get myself from out of bed to butt-in-chair – and writing? 1,022 more words

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Extreme fatigue

Fatigue can creep up on me when I’m least expecting it. When I feel I have enough energy to do a certain number of activities in one day (lots of planning involved so I don’t do too much), it can come along and just wipe me out. 310 more words

Writing too MUCH nuance

Not wanting to leave too much to chance – or the possible misinterpretation of a reader – leads to a phenomenon I will call ‘too much nuance.’ 1,082 more words

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8th day of natural hormones intake only

Eight days of natural hormones intake – an interim status. Day 1 till 5 went without any strange physical not mental side effects, except for the first morning when the system realised that something was all together different as usual. 316 more words


Stupid brain

“I don’t know how to explain it, but my brain isn’t working. It is like I’m doing things, and I think I’m doing them just fine until I go back later (like the grammar in this and my last few posts :[ ). 222 more words

Healing my Brain After Cipro

The scariest parts of getting floxed, for me, were the cognitive losses that I experienced. I lost my memory, my reading comprehension, my concentration, my ability to connect with people and have a meaningful conversation, my ability to understand what was going on at work, etc. 734 more words