I'm having a low day myself with my other chronic illness. Not the PTSD, my new face to face support group has really helped me with that this week. It's the CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease). Having only 50% kidney function to bring oxygen to my blood, it gets tough living at 7,000 feet of altitude in my beloved new mountain town of San Cristobal.
I'm worn out physically today, just barely shuffling along on my cane, and I've got a lot of geezer aches and pains going on. Its one of those days, and I'm so very tired of this and knowing it'll never be cured. I got CKD forever from a pdoc I only had for a hot minute over prescribed Seroquel for nightmares and gave me kidney damage.
I fired him and got a better pdoc who then got me on Prazosin for nightmares, which is liver processed and safe, but the kidney damage was done from that other clown of a pdoc. I'm so angry about hurting so much from it today! Support welcome.
I have read the disturbing info out there on this "no contact" craze that I think is permeating society. I would like to know what you think about this and what your experiences have been with this.I suspect my son might have fallen for this nonsense and cut off his parents first, then the rest of the family. I think he gets some type of perverse pleasure in this somehow. Perhaps he enjoyed...
I started my new job today, granted it is just orientation and then training but hey, hooooray!! I am so excited! I will be a cashier at Lowe's and I'm thinking that this is going to be way easier on my body. The hours are low, about 20-24 a week, so I'm thinking that my psyche will have an easier time with it as well. I have tried full time, work your butt off, jobs and have come out of it sick...