Author Archives: kirstinbokor

dreaming of the forest

I had such a great week – really great! I made plans in my head about joining a gym, about going back to work and the goals I would set myself. I laughed, I played with my son, I thought … Continue reading

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Drugs are hard to take

I am finding it a struggle to get the timing right for taking my medicines. It is ridiculous, and compounds the fog in my brain trying to work it all out. Each Byron White formula needs to be taken 30-60 … Continue reading

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and let the Christmas festivities begin

I just adore Christmas – I love Santa Claus, I love (LOVE) buying presents for people I love, I love drinking the best champagne I can afford. I also really loved eating ham. This year I won’t be able to … Continue reading

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I don’t care about the keys, where are my words?

Yesterday I had my first true loss of a word… increasingly I have been forgetting things, where are my keys? (– twice), and my sentences have certainly not been creative. But when my husband asked me where the car keys … Continue reading

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Just walk in the sunshine

So a few days ago I was pretty miserable, but today the sun was shining, my son was in daycare… and I have found that the Naproxen (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naproxen) tablets really do mask the joint pain for a few hours. So … Continue reading

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Since I got Lyme I have been a rotten friend

Lyme makes me feel as though my contact with the outside world is vanishing. I cannot bring myself to count how many weddings, birthday parties, dinners, drinks and picnics I have missed. You too? I’ve given up my job, temporarily, … Continue reading

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The need to detox.

The way I understand it (though let’s face it with all this brain fog taking over, understanding anything it a bit hit and miss) is that the need for us to detox is as important as our medication protocol – … Continue reading

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