The 7 Ways to Piss Off Your Neurologist, as Told by an Encephalitis Survivor

At some point, you’ve probably seen a neurologist. Maybe they were the first specialist called to evaluate you in the emergency room. Maybe your family doctor referred you to one. Maybe you sought one out…

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It Wasn’t Supposed To Be This Way.

It’s about 2 months past my birthday, and I feel like much of the progress I had made in the handful of months preceding that milestone has slowly become undone. 2018 had ended so well.…

Getting Back on the Horse Again

Hello again! It’s been two months since I last blogged – a far greater stretch of time than I had ever wanted to let pass between posts, but at least I didn’t let things slide…

On Gratitude, and Making the Jump to a Self-Hosted Blog (Part 2)

When I returned to blogging at the end of February this year (two months ago), I knew I wanted to give it a better shot than I did last year. So I made a mental…

A Glimpse Into My Anxiety

I thought my mental state was climbing upwards the past month. Until last week. Last week, anxiety revisited me and culminated in a full-blown panic attack that resulted in me pulling over on the side…

The Gym and I: Are We On (Again) or Off (Again)?

Everyone knows that exercise is good for you. But does it feel good? The answer is supposed to be yes. Upon experiencing the physical stress of working out, your brain releases neurochemicals (eg. endorphins) that…

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