The symptoms began 4 days before my 48th birthday. Like so many, at first, I thought it was a reaction to pollen, arriving with the volatile weather and fragile greens trumpeting winter’s end. When the sore throat began and breathing became more and more difficult without any other sign of allergic reaction, I began to fear my isolation had come too late. Somehow I had caught the virus before it was even supposed to be in my area. Coronavirus, COVID-19.
There's an understanding in our society, both spoken and unspoken that places the worth of an individual on what they can accomplish. When your health deteriorates to the point that you can no longer hold a job or take care of your kids and your home as you would like, you may find that you've internalized that belief to your very core.
In order to help you identify the type of head pain you're experiencing, here's a few tips for identifying and treating them based on my own experiences. Remember, every patient can be different and ultimately the treatments you choose should be made in consultation with the doctors on your care team.
Forget the Better Homes and Gardens version of focusing on making your space inviting to others. This redecorating needs to be all about you. Who cares what Aunt Helen thinks.
The Zebra Pit staff wishes you and your family all the best in the coming year and beyond! Dear Friend and Reader, It’s been a great four years working on The Zebra Pit and I am so grateful for all of your support and encouragement you’ve offered along the way. It’s been a great run … Continue reading Time to Say Goodbye