In March, I started writing a piece on my newfound love and respect for long hair and what it symbolizes for me. Since then, I’ve entered into a long term flare that forced me to recognize that all the little allergic reactions I was having to various things was having a much bigger impact than … Continue reading It’s My Hair and I’ll Cry if I Want To
Trying to piece together the puzzle of exceptionally poor retention of memory, childhood trauma, medical PTSD and their relationship with each other. How a minor surgery offered a major epiphany.
Learn about the deleterious effects of corticosteroids and why the FDA is warning against its use in the fight against back pain.
This is me and Mr. Lestrange (if I’m Capricious, let's call him Steadfast Lestrange), showing off our rainbow colors at Cincinnati Pride yesterday. Yes, that’s me, without a mask, outdoors in June! How did I get away with that? Why, with careful planning, some success and a little failure, of course. Sexuality and Gender as … Continue reading Capricious’ Big Gay Day Out
Learn about Mast Cell Activation Disorders in this recorded presentation by Dr. Anne Maitland, originally presented at the Ehlers-Danlos Society Global Learning Conference.