What's The Matter With Me? Podcast
I went to Costco on the Saturday before Thanksgiving. On accident, of course I didn't think about it. I went to the Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University. I had to position myself to avoid the glare. The Rodin, they had "The Thinker". So,
I have a wheelchair and I busted it out over the weekend. It was kind of a big deal. I've never ridden around in a wheelchair before. We've talked about it before on the podcast that I've got the wheelchair,
Overlapping grief and trauma and my new post-trigeminal neuralgia existence are causing anxiety and fear.
I record this podcast to let people know when bad things happen you don't have to quit. You can keep going. I’ve learned things along the way. I started out thinking that I was sick but now I know that I am in recovery.
Notes So they were like, "Something is weird. We got to put the EKG on him." But I'm like a hairy individual, you know? So they got out the trimmers, they're like, "What?" They're just like, "What do we do?" ... she says to me, she's like,
What's The Matter With Me? Podcast Season 3, Episode 14 Excerpt: "Flapping My Arms" One thing I did notice about the last episode is that I'm flapping my arms again. I first figured out of it about flapping my arms in episode five:
Trigeminal neuralgia hurts like hell. I'm going to have micro vascular decompression surgery, get out of pain, get off these pain medications, and contribute to my family again. I signed up to have surgery.
wtmwm s3 e12 i awoke up this morning to a familiar nausea. i'd forgotten to take my pills the night before.still can't get it straight. got me thinkin'....this podcast - like me - is disabled. not only a podcast about disability or adversity,
Pain / Withdrawal Cycle Swallowing Evaluation AKA Diagnostic Fluoroscopy Had pain and went to the Nurse Practitioner .. Medication (mis-)management traps me in the the pain & withdrawal cycle. Read more for my visit to the nurse practicioner,
Google's Project Euphonia helps disabled people communicate Five weeks of mayhem, pain and drug withdrawal ALSO, Five Weeks of Mayhem, Pain &Drug Withdrawal (Picking up the pieces) TRANSCRIPT