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In The Last Month by recoveringanorexic Posted Fri 07 Dec 2012 3:45pm So I’ve been gone for about a month from WordPress. A lot has changed in the last four weeks, but at the same time, nothing has changed at all. I gave up weighing everyday and I stopped taking diet pills. But with that said, my laxative abuse started to get out of control and my health wasn’t doing that great for various reasons. For a ... Read on »
Big Girls Don't Cry by Dr. Mariclare F. Patient Expert Posted Tue 07 Oct 2008 7:07pm photo byNo More Love I hate crying. I hate it because it makes my nose all swollen, my eyes all puffy (and sting the whole day), and my nose stuff up. I hate it because once I get started I can't stop, I just have to ride it out - and that takes a good, long while, believe me. I hate it because I am incapable of crying all dainty and ... Read on »
Olivia + Butter + Carpet = crying mommy by Tara Robertson Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Mon 02 Nov 2009 10:01pm First of all let me just say how very thankful I am that our landlord installed incredibly easy to clean carpets in our house. Why? You know how when kids are sick they are extra clingy? Aiden and Owen were extra clingy yesterday and while Doug was at church last night I ended up laying on the floor on a blanket with Aiden on one side and ... Read on »
Olivia + Butter + Carpet = crying mommy by Tara Robertson Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:01pm First of all let me just say how very thankful I am that our landlord installed incredibly easy to clean carpets in our house. Why? You know how when kids are sick they are extra clingy? Aiden and Owen were extra clingy yesterday and while Doug was at church last night I ended up laying on the floor on a blanket with Aiden on one side a ... Read on »
I am warrior mom: Hear me cry and roar by Louise Posted Thu 17 Apr 2014 12:37pm By D. Christine Brown  It was the morning of my son Lucas’s 10th EEG since his acute brain inflammation in September 2011 and subsequent autism diagnosis. It was cold and raining so we drove to SickKids hospital instead of walking. Lucas’s last EEG was over a year ago and it was still abnormal then on the left side of his brain, only slight ... Read on »
Abnormal by Renee A. Posted Mon 10 Sep 2012 12:58am I seriously dislike the family that I married into. They weren't like this when I initially met them some twenty two years ago, back in 1990 at the Cancer Treatment Center of Chicago. They were happy, normal people. I'm not sure what happened to them between then and now, other that random, casual sex with any willing partner they could find, ext ... Read on »
Still abnormal = More cervix talk, this time with a "LEEP" by Ashley Posted Thu 26 Jul 2012 12:00am I didn't expect that I'd be writing about my cervix this week, yet here we go. I managed to miss the follow up to my colposcopy back in April, and finally was able to reschedule my appointment for yesterday. I figured I would go in, we'd chat about the results, do another pap and be done with it. I was sitting in the little room waiting for ... Read on »
It's my party, and I'll cry if I want to by Ellyn Posted Tue 10 Nov 2009 10:03pm Before I start whining, remember to leave a comment here to enter to win a $50 gift certificate to Nelle & Lizzy! You guys are cracking me up with your corny jokes, hilarious stories, and name guesses...some of you have come close, but no cigar yet! ___________________________ Welcome to my pity party! Well, kind of. ... Read on »
It's my party, and I'll cry if I want to by Ellyn Posted Tue 10 Nov 2009 10:03pm Before I start whining, remember to leave a comment here to enter to win a $50 gift certificate to Nelle & Lizzy! You guys are cracking me up with your corny jokes, hilarious stories, and name guesses...some of you have come close, but no cigar yet! ___________________________ Welcome to my pity party! Well, kind of. ... Read on »
When to "cry uncle" - determining how much is too much lupus activity. by Sara G. Patient Expert Posted Fri 14 Feb 2014 8:00am Continuing from Wednesday's post, question number three still lingers in my current medication debate. I find that as a patient, it helps to do some personal inventory outside of my appointments with the doctor. This allows me to make the most studied, informed decisions regarding my health. Of course, no matter what conclusions I may come to, m ... Read on »