hi, Gloria (Lovely name). i'm a 'radical' Neuroscientist, and, to most
folks, "persona non-grata". the 'story' of how such became my lot in
Life is long and boring. (but if you spend a bit of 'time' here in the
B.N NG, you'll catch a few 'details' that i'm Obliged to document.)
the guidance i gave you is =Certain-to-work= stuff.
that's all that matters, no?
your own 'story' won you a place in my Heart. I Love folks who don't
"quit", and i Love folks who, like your Husband, join in folks' not
and i'll tell you Mrs. Gloria, the Kindness in your reply 'bathes' me in
cheers, ken collins
hummerlady at my-deja.com wrote:
>> Thank you Kenneth. I will follow your advice. Do you mind if I ask you
> what your story is?
> In article <386D90EB.1772B919 at earthlink.net>,
> kenneth Collins <kpaulc at earthlink.net> wrote:
> > it will be 'taxing', so be gentle with yourself, but give extra effort
> > to seeking out and doing =novel= stuff. the novel stuff needn't be
> > "big-deal" stuff. it just needs to be novel.
> > alter your routine, routinely, in small ways. look for newness. revell
> > in it. the only thing you have to 'watch-out' for has to do with
> > becoming 'normal' to you, but not to others with whom you interact.
> > just be careful not to get too-'strange' (too 'novel') for folks
> > you, because that will tend to result in their 'moving away from' you,
> > which is not good.
> > this stuff that's pleasurable anyway, will maximize your nervous
> > system's ability to sustain it's neurological dynamics.
> > ken collins
> > hummerlady at my-deja.com wrote:
> > >
> > > I received three forms of radiation when by the time I was 9 months
> > > old. I had benign cavernous hemangiomas on the left side of my face.
> > > As I grew older, my neurological problems grew worse. I now am
> told I
> > > have cerebellar brain degeneration as a result of the radiation.
> > > can I expect my prognosis to be with this diagnosis? I want to know
> > > the truth. I have ataxia, difficulty with vertigo, vomiting,
> > > dysequilibrium, visual problems, nerve damage throughout my body,
> > > severe muscle spasms, and much more. Some days I can struggle and
> > > without a mobility aid and on other days I need a wheelchair. I am
> > > very independent. I exercise 5 times a week the best I can (mostly
> > > water). I have a loving and supportive husband.
> > >
> > > Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/> > > Before you buy.
>> Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/> Before you buy.