I just came back from a business meeting in another state. A small group of us went. We stayed at different hotels, and we agreed to meet up half an hour before the meeting to make sure no one was late. The meeting was in a city with good mass transit, so my boss encouraged … Continue reading Subway Sociology #1: Showing Ini-$h*!-ive: Business Meetings with IBS and ADHD
via Presents for Your Loved Ones with Chronic Migraine — The Migraine Chronicles My own migraines have been getting the best of me this week. I'm about to go out of town for a business trip, and I'm praying I can get them under some control before I leave. I wasn't aware before this reblog … Continue reading *Press It* Presents for Your Loved Ones with Chronic Migraine — The Migraine Chronicles
Catastrophizing is an interesting phenomenon when you are a statistician. It's ingrained in me to work out the odds, even for the things I fear the most. I am the girl who corrects her therapist that, "No, I don't actually think X, Y or Z is going to happen. I objectively assign only about a … Continue reading CBT and the Statistician
In my last two blog posts, I have talked about my fears of, and experiences with, medical discrimination. I haven't talked about medical bills, though they are rapidly stacking up. I was raised in the middle class, and my current income from my numbers-heavy job keeps me there (so far. ADHD isn't a great thing … Continue reading Class Discrimination and the Republican Health Care Bill
I have ADHD, PTSD, and anxiety. I also have chronic migraines, IBS, food allergies, and I've been getting poked and prodded more than normal recently because my physical symptoms may or may not have changed in a way that warrants an additional diagnosis (we shall see). Thinking too hard about myself as a "spoonie" - … Continue reading Rejecting My Diagnoses: Am I Really a Spoonie?