I’ve had physical disabilities for over 5.5 years now. I think it’s obvious: I hobble and limp, swing my arm like a chimp, am lopsided…the list goes on. 1,299 more words
I experienced some extremely comforting drugs in Neuro-ICU after surgery.
Dilaudid is a derivative of morphine. I distinctly recall asking for more of that. “Can you give me some more of that “D” stuff?” I couldn’t remember the name, but the sensation of sinking into a cloud of cotton wowed and numbed me, which after days, or hours, or minutes, or even seconds, of struggling in my hallucinatory battles is right where I wanted to be. 111 more words
Pain and rejection are two of the hardest unpleasant feelings to manage. Because we have no way of erasing the past memories of a tragic experience, we often keep going back reliving the very thing that upset our lives. 933 more words