One of the things I haven’t talked about here is depersonalization and derealization. I’ve touched on it a bit in the past, by mentioning I don’t recognize myself, but left it at that. This is yet another common symptom with Lyme and coinfections. While many … Continue readingHello to My Fragmented Self
I’m a little more than a year into treatment (I don’t count the almost two months of intravenous antibiotics since they did nothing but make my life an actual horror show- this was before I got my LLMD). As of about 8 weeks ago, I … Continue readingPlease pass the salt(s) and turn down that music.
I had NPR on briefly the other day and there was a segment on about trust (the brain science of it). They were taking callers on their issues/experiences with trust between … whatever it may be. Trust, or more appropriately, the lack of it, has … Continue readingBut most of all, we want to heal.
“You’ve got my trust and that’s a fact but please be careful how you act Drop the jury, leave ’em home I won’t be judged – only known My dark side” – Mike Scott I started a new protocol two weeks ago to treat Bartonella, … Continue readingWhisper in my ear but don’t call the cops
Not unlike the vicious teeth of lyme disease crushing your bones and wasting your brain, the piercing and bitter fadeout of friendships due to chronic illness bite just as hard. This has become an interesting learning process, one I never wanted, and sometimes I feel … Continue readingFriendship and Lyme Disease. Take it or Leave Me.
Because I’m going to be pretty much homebound and unable to work for likely the rest of the year, I thought that I’d start a Lyme-specific blog. I don’t claim to be a good writer, but tossing some scrambled words around is at least a … Continue readingSend the Guineafowl