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Late Onset Autism and Anti-NMDA-Receptor Encephalitis: Part 1 by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Fri 01 Jul 2011 12:00am By Teresa Conrick My daughter, Megan, continues to be severely affected by both the medical and behavioral symptoms of autism. As a result, I continue to read studies and research that correlate with the symptoms that she has.  Some of the factors, if we were to list them like they do in a journal, would be -- seizures, autism ... Read on »
Some Relief? Non-Arsey Neuro! by patientanonymous Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 31 Aug 2009 12:00am Yes, ’tis true! The only “bad” thing is that I may have had a nocturnal seizure last night.  I don’t know.  And yes, I told Non-Arsey Neuro about it.  Something’s wrong.  My legs are sore, I’m pretty slow, and spaced out, my eyes are quite light sensitive, and I am unbelievably barfy.  ... Read on »
“Dancing Crazy” An Author Interview by Kate McLaughlin. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 12 May 2009 3:48pm Kathy Larson, author and illustrator of “ Dancing Crazy,” generously agreed to an interview about this recently published children’s book aimed at helping kids understand bipolar disorder. Here is an excerpt from that exchange: What motivated or inspired you to write “Dancing Crazy?” I really had no choice.  Our daughter experie ... Read on »
I will not give up. by Jennifer aka Beautiful MInd Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Sun 18 Aug 2013 12:00am I will not lie down to die. I will not let the delusions rule my life. I will not give up on college. I will not give up my job. I will not go into a catatonic state. I will not go into the hospital and lose my job for it. I will not kill myself. I will breathe. I will write. I will talk to people on the phone. I wil ... Read on »
One Good Day by Joan .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 9:15am It was One Good Day. One really Good Day. It was a hot Saturday, but sunny and a little breezy. I woke up refreshed. Refreshed!! Not groggy and grumpy. I drove home to Delaware very early in the day, enjoying the wonderful stories on National Public Radio and the light traffic on I-95. I picked up warm muffins and a newspaper (everyone ... Read on »
2010 Run Across New Hampshire by John Lacroix Posted Wed 29 Sep 2010 7:17am The 3rd Annual Run Across New Hampshire"Sullivan Expedition"125 Miles of New Hampshire WildernessOctober 23-24,2010------------------------------------For the third year in a row, Team Sherpa Ultrarunning presents The Run Across New Hampshire (RANH). The RANH was first concieved by Sherpa John Lacroix during the summer of 2008 and has been run o ... Read on »
Stop Sayin’ That You Know How I Feel! by BPChicks Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 2:49pm No, you don’t. I’m talking to the mental health therapist and other mental health workers. Even some pdocs are guilty of this. I tell you that I’m skirting on catatonic. I think I’m going into complete shutdown. Unable to do almost anything. And, you have nerve enough to nod your head and say, “Yeah, I know how you feel. I just couldn’t make ... Read on »
An Update by Valash Posted Wed 20 May 2009 1:20pm I've been aware of my illness for almost two years now and I take my medication regularly. My symptoms have been repressed with the support of Abilify. I do not have hallucinations, I am not delusional or paranoid. You would assume that my illness has been cured, but it is not. I know from other people's experience that if I discontinue my med ... Read on »
stress and no running by jmbgr Posted Thu 27 Jan 2011 7:03pm What day is it? Which way is up? Work has been absolutely non-stop since returning from Disney and it feels like my head is about to explode. Some days I'm so overwhelmed I have no idea where to even start. It ends up taking a good portion of my morning/night writing out my "to do" list. (Yes, I still write my lists out by hand. There is som ... Read on »
stress and no running by jmbgr Posted Thu 27 Jan 2011 12:00am What day is it? Which way is up? Work has been absolutely non-stop since returning from Disney and it feels like my head is about to explode. Some days I'm so overwhelmed I have no idea where to even start. It ends up taking a good portion of my morning/night writing out my "to do" list. (Yes, I still write my lists out by hand. There is so ... Read on »