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Sick

I was sitting down in front of my laptop yesterday afternoon, feeling absolutely icky after my epic four-hour nap, when I had what I think some people call a “moment of clarity.” 285 more words

Thoughts

Getting sick when your little VS when you actually have a life

This week’s topic is a little unexpected as I didn’t intend to talk about how sickness and how its affected my life. Now that I am in high school I have more responsibilities and work I need completed (ugh I know) so this requires me to actually be in school and do high school activities so when your coughing up a lung and running a fever it can be hard to do said activities and if you don’t you’ll feel week’s behind everyone else and be drowning in homework and classwork . 482 more words

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Being sick, as a mom, is not fun.  At all. 

I honestly think that moms should just not be allowed to get sick when you have kids between the ages of 0 and 8.  227 more words

Family

The point of no return

So lately I have been doing a lot of inner self soul searching and I’ve come to a few realizations. But before we get into it lets rewind a bit so I can explain my realizations better. 1,075 more words

Life

The One Cold to Rule Them All

Everyone in my house is sick. My daughter never stopped being sick and my son beat his fever, but its either evolved into something else or this is just the next manifestation of it. 311 more words

Personal

A Young Writer’s Diary Entries From Early August, 1982

Sunday, August 1, 1982

It’s about noon, and I’m very sick, nauseated, hot, depressed and exhausted.

I’m in Kevin’s apartment in Maryland, and I think this place added to my feeling of nausea, although I probably am ill; I spent an hour in the McAllisters’ bathroom in Charlottesville trying to throw up in the middle of Friday night. 5,677 more words

Why Stopping My Medications Cold Turkey Was A Necessary Step In My Recovery

DENIAL

Every night before going to bed, I grab the three bottles sitting on my nightstand, pop them open, and wash down several coloured pills with a tall glass of Gingerale. 1,550 more words