Shock. Anger. Helplessness.

Because February was destined to be a bad month, I received some bad news on Monday that stirred up a lot of emotions. Continue reading

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Hairy chainsaw massacre

Because I was born in a family where mental illness is common, in some ways I had to grow up fast. That means I didn’t get to do some of the very very stupid things teenagers do, because I had this huge sense of responsibility and consequences. And that means that today, fully grown up, I find myself making some really stupid mistakes. Like a teenager. Continue reading

When your car is your best friend

January was definitely a no-luck month for me. First there was that terrible cough that prevented me from sleeping for an entire week. Then my car was scheduled to go to the shop for some maintenance that wasn’t supposed to last more than two days. As it turned out, it lasted four days. Then I picked it up, and 10 days later it broke down (I couldn’t turn the wheel)┬áso back it went to the shop.┬áThis time, the car was in there for a week and a half.

So why am I writing a post about my car? I mean, isn’t more ecological to ride the public transports or carpooling with a nice coworker?

Because when you have a debilitating illness like MS having a car makes a HUGE difference. Let’s see: Continue reading