After my husband left me in the ER, I stayed in the area for another 3 hours. I couldn't leave the area, not even to go to the bathroom, without my sitter knowing. A sitter is a hospital employee who watches your every move while admitted as a psych patient. She wanted me to sit … Continue reading My humiliating 72 hour stay – Day 1
I was reluctant to write about this. I still am. But I have an agreement with God that I will always be transparent about my life with mental illness as long as I live. He has blessed me beyond measure so I will continue on with my purpose to help those who are dealing with … Continue reading My humiliating 72 hour stay – the first step
Sometimes I wish ... ... I knew why I feel the way I do. Empty. Drowning. Darkness. Loneliness. ... I knew why life feels so hard to bear, when in actuality it's not. ... I knew why I cry so much - reasons no one will ever understand but me. ... I knew why I … Continue reading Sometimes I wish …
Here in the US, there was a TV show call Medical Mysteries that I use to watch religiously. Being the medical science nerd that I am, I always found these shows fascinating. Not because of the person's ailments, but because of the years it would take to finally give a proper diagnosis after all of … Continue reading Is it wrong to expect Doctors to be perfect?