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Dumb Things People Say When Your Illness is "Invisible".

I have kept an actual list of all the dumb things people have said to me since being diagnosed with sarcoidosis. I find it quite amusing, sometimes sad and occasionally frustrating.  574 more words

Chronic Illness

My Friend Dorothy

In 1968, the City of Albuquerque hired its first female engineer in its history. Not just any female engineer, she was a 26-year-old Filipino babe! LOL! 769 more words

Cancer Laughter

CPCP: Neurosarcoidosis

We had a special treat this month for one of our Clinical Problems in Consultation Psychiatry (CPCP) presentations. A Neurology resident, Dr. Dela Amoussou, MD, delivered this one and he did an exceptional job. 441 more words

Psychosomatic Medicine

Flash Back Friday - Buckle Up Idiot

Originally Posted January 8, 2011

Anyone getting into my car, front seat or back seat must put on their seat belts. If anyone protests, I don’t drive off or they can get the hell out of my car. 157 more words


Just laying in my bed thinking...

Here I am laying in bed by doctor’s orders. Again!! Life is so confusing. Just when you think life is going well something always brings you back to reality. 56 more words


Teaser Tuesday - Excerpt From 'Prescription For Disaster: The Funny Side Of Falling Apart' Two Of Four - "Eye Hospital Family Affair"

Here is the second of four excerpts of the book “Prescription For Disaster: The Funny Side Of Falling Apart” by Candace Lafluer which I recently reviewed… 897 more words


Don't Forget, Another Excerpt From "Prescription For Disaster" Posts Tomorrow

Just a quick reminder that tomorrow morning is the second of the four excerpts that Candace Lafluer has provided of her book about her life with sarcoidosis, “Prescription For Disaster: The Funny Side Of Falling Apart”. 14 more words