For more on memory and thinking, click on the above image (©MS Ireland)
Every so often, people say things that shouldn’t be said.
Some things just shouldn’t.
Us humans – living, breathing, excessively addictive to social media – have to endure the result of a very selfishly applied verb.
We communicate. And not always very well.
In fact, I am sure your brain-to-mouth filter runs into trouble every so often, and you have suffered from that same technical glitch just as much as I have.
We just cannot take back our words.
Life with MS?
“60% hospital visits to keep the national health department satisfied, 10% sweat, and 0% tears.”
When I’m told that 30% is missing, I agree.
“30% is memory loss, which rather proves a point.” Continue reading
Since writing my article about depression five days ago, and my mum’s 7-day visit to Ireland, I feel a shift has taken place in my mind.
I am not 100% there yet, but I am well on my way to finding uncompromising resolve again. Many grand and tiny gestures have contributed over the last 4-5 weeks, and are still willing me forward today. Of course, the backing of friends and family, as well as my medical team definitely helped.
Most of all, though, I had once again come to the realisation that I unfortunately need more sleep than the average, healthy person. At this stage so, I must start considering my continuous fights against tiredness and “forgetfulness” about needing a lot of sleep, as a pure character flaw. Continue reading