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  • Birthday 08/12/1972
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  1. GreenQueen

    Tracy, it is a very viscous cycle. Trying to not sleep during the day usually means I fall asleep for a few hours at 5pm. Then we start the craziness all over again...
  2. GreenQueen

    Oh Pam.....hugs.
  3. GreenQueen

    Massage.....mmmmmmm...... Love the sound of that.
  4. GreenQueen

    Benni, I can’t help with a diagnosis unfortunately. What I can say for certainty, is that there’s always something. All the best with finding answers.
  5. GreenQueen

    Today I decided my one word will be routine. Without it, everything else just falls apart. I have worked hard all week at getting out of bed on time, so the rest of the day can go to plan.
  6. I pick and choose when to be motivated. It probably has more to do with the spoon theory than a deficit.
  7. GreenQueen

    My filter has become superhuman it would seem. These days I am very very aware of how I talk to people and what I say. Funny how we are all different with our deficits.
  8. GreenQueen

    I love that you are in a good place, Mark.
  9. GreenQueen

    Definitely trial and error with the emphasis on error Deigh!
  10. GreenQueen

    Well said. So many people set unrealistic goals. Or way too many. Being better at something is an excellent resolution. Asha my daughter is heading into her last year at high school. She suffers terrible anxiety. My goal will be to understand her better, to enable her final school year to be memorable.
  11. GreenQueen

    Yes, compensation, adapting, adjusting...all part of life. Don't you hate it when you have to fill in medical forms and they ask if you are left or right handed? Trick question these days!
  12. I've been told by a survivor I know in town, that it's rare to lose your dominant side. He did, as did I. Extremely difficult to learn everything again, and my brain now thinks that my left side is my right side. You know when someone says it's on the right, so I look left. Has anyone else lost their dominant side?
  13. GreenQueen

    Nice to have holidays, but nothing like your own bed!
  14. GreenQueen

    I agree, companies need to make money to spend money on more research etc... There is a difference between profit and holiday homes on three continents and flash cars in each garage.
  15. GreenQueen

    This thread needs to get a room!