Tuesday, November 24, 2020
Monday, November 23, 2020
Friday, November 20, 2020
Mine was Photography growing up. Although now I really enjoy reading. My focus here will be on photography.
Bare with me. I have not I'm not feeling well( my Ms has been starting to flare). This was just on my mind. With that being said I just had to share it with you all. Please, keep an open mind and share what you enjoy doing as well. Or what you enjoy or have enjoyed doing.
In my second semester of college, I took a photography class. I really enjoyed learning some parts of the assignments that he'd given us. From that class, I was able to appreciate the art that is photography more. The art of photography is very tedious. Although the end result can be beautiful.
Now the professor that I had was a jerk. Not wanting to take his time with me. Yet, I took my camera at the time a Sony (before I broke it), and went to school every day. Until he embarrassed me(I can't remember exactly what he said it's been too long) and I stop going to school altogether.
And, I'm not sure if that was because I was much older than the other students at the time; at which point he expected much more out of me.
Up until that point, I had been out of school for years. And I had two older children and a toddler, and I was also working a full-time job. My children were my main priority! So, rather than make a big fuss or push the issue I just gave up. Which I kind of regret now. Well not being able to stay in that class anyway!
Let me add that my decision to stop going to school was not because of that professor. I had to do what I had to do as a parent at the time. Somehow, I was in a relationship but a single parent if that makes sense. But that is another story for another blog post(I may or may not share who knows?).
I haven't been able to do much lately. Other than read and take photos when I can. Well as much as my health will allow. If you'd like to see the ones I share the link is below. As well as on the side if you get to the web version(my wish list is there as well if you'd like to get me a real camera😉).
I said all of that to say; what was something you enjoy/enjoyed doing?
Do you still do it?
Do you plan on getting back into it?
Or have you started getting back into it already?
Do you sell it?
Or just do it for enjoyment?
A hobby, job, or just something you generally love doing? Please take a moment and respond in the comments!
Monday, November 16, 2020
Friday, November 6, 2020
It's hard enough for the individual with a disability already. So, for them to try to explain things to you ; and you to brush them off and act as though you don't care is heartbreaking.
Please don't tell them what someone else is going through. Nor what it is they are doing. I'm sure they wish they could be in that person's position. Or something close to it.
I'm typing this because I've tried different groups online years ago. and I didn't like how it was going. And per my therapist, I tried again. Upon doing so I realized that just like we could go in and get support, our friends and family members can too, and in some cases should.
To get a better understanding of what it is our diagnosis entails. And I don't mean just for multiple sclerosis. There are different types of groups out there for everything.
You just have to research and find the right ones. And I urge you guys to do so to get a better understanding of what it is your friends and family members are going through.
Monday, November 2, 2020
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
For the past few months, I've been complaining about pain. And I have not been able to see any of my regular doctors. Only after making a complaint was I able to have them get in direct contact with my neurologists.
And he's a little bit older now. So, I think I may have to start looking into getting a new one. Being that all of the last few appointments he's only been consulting via phone.
My primary doctor hasn't been in at all. And they've had another doctor stand-in. And I automatically didn't like his vibes. Being that I could tell he hadn't even looked into my files.
Offering me some meds without even taking into consideration that I have a therapist. And has offered me psych meds several times. Like, don't you think of have maybe been prescribed them by her if I’d needed them already?
Then I've been describing my pain to him over time and he's been kind of overlooking it.
Now I know I have never allergies to certain things. As a doctor, if he's unsure about what to prescribe me; shouldn't he be trying to refer me to someone else? Instead of telling me he couldn't because my Neurologist had given me something else. but had only given me enough to last to my last appointment.
An appointment that the messed up and had to reschedule. A month out mind you. Only to tell me to make an appointment with him for him to still ignore my issue.
And then give me a referral to pain management after me emailing them about their incompetence. Which still resulted in me not getting in pain medication.
At this point, I see why some people's health goes down the drain. And it a very scary site!
Have you experienced this? What do you recommend? Do you find doctors by word of mouth or your own research?
I really need help with this. Please leave your thoughts in the comment section. And also don't forget to follow me!