Each day should come with a label, like the pieces of extraneous paper the pharmacy hands out with medication or those horrible televised commercials from Big Pharma.
Isn’t it funny how monitoring symptoms and practicing medicine seems to assist in alleviating a patient’s concerns?
I thought I knew what to expect when we got on the phone with the credit counselor, after all, I’ve been on the counseling side of this conversation plenty of times. I was wrong. There were some unexpected lessons waiting for me on the other side of this experience that I had not anticipated.
This blog is about life after a chronic illness plays merry hob with your hopes and your fears and life during the terrible and wonderful process of recovery.