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New neuropsych identified - woot

I had a quick chat with my neuropsych yesterday, to let them know I wasn’t going to make it to our standing weekly appointment. Too much to do at home, too much going on. 1,059 more words

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More shuffling

I needed to find space on my bookshelf for the two books I got yesterday. So, I moved some things around, rearranging the books I have into a more orderly fashion. 370 more words

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It is so good to be reading books again

Last night, two books I ordered arrived in my mailbox. Very, very cool. I went on a “shopping spree” on abebooks.com a couple weeks back, looking for neuropsychological rehabilitation titles (that weren’t over $50 – not an easy task). 368 more words

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Should I stay or should I go?

There’s a lot of change going on in my life, these days. For the past couple of months, I’ve been vascillating between hope and despair with regard to my job situation. 567 more words

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Mission accomplished - got my medical records

So, I’m seeing a neurologist in a little over three weeks, and I have to get them my most recent medical records, which include my MRI and neck X-Ray, as well as the notes from the doctors. 427 more words

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Fantastic day, yesterday

Yesterday was a banner day.

I had a good morning, reading and tweeting, and I made my list of Things That Must Be Done. It was a long list, taking up the full back of an old business-size envelope, but each of the items needed be done. 237 more words

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Find a New Neuropsych Step #4: Put together a list of questions I have for potential candidates

Step #4 in finding a new neuropsychologist is : Put together a list of questions I have for potential candidates, finding out about their background, their successes (and failures), and their philosophy on recovery. 207 more words

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