Three months?! I think about this space a lot and committed to coming here. It has become a touchstone where current events and future desires are recorded. So much and nothing at all has happened in these three months. We are well and gratefully so.
I’ll cut to the biggest chase now, we met my […]
The results of my MRI were negative, meaning no tumor, no mass, no growth. This, of course, is good news, although it has made a treatment approach more difficult. I am into my second week of oral hydrocortisone which is supposed to counteract my low cortisol and make me feel better. A standard dose would […]
**This post may be TMI (especially if you know me IRL), so, you’ve been warned**
Facts: I’m 48. I’m perimenopausal. I’m hypothyroid. I’m on ADs. I’m infertile. I have an active sex life now, although inconsistently so (this alone is a HUGE improvement over the drought I was in, so, YAY). […]
I have been thinking about writing this post for some time, however, given that some IRL friends (who know both my husband and I) read this, I’ve struggled with what and how much to share. I am who I am, which means I am direct and honest. This isn’t only about me, so I’ll try […]
I decided against trying to take Baby G to a 90 minute psychiatry appointment and opted to see my primary care physician first. There are a number of reasons for this but chief among them is that she could get me in quickly, she knows me, she has my medical and medication history, and the […]
Thank you so much for your care and concern regarding my post yesterday. Thank you, too, for sharing your personal experiences with your relationships and with depression.
I did send an email to my internist and have yet to get a response (which is unusual). I also sent an email to my therapist and included […]
I’m Italian and a Taurus and physically I’ve always run hot. I’m the one who goes out in winter without a wrap or a jacket and in short or no sleeves. I remember, as a child, my grandma always telling me to put a sweater on or I’d catch “a death of a chill”, but […]