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a notice for my soCal friends…

a notice for my soCal friends…

A notice was posted at my cardiologist’s office that Scripps La Jolla offers Yoga for Dysautonomia every Wednesday evening at 6:15p.m. at the Schaetzel Center Building at the Scripps Memorial Hospital campus. I think the address for the Schaetzel Center is 9890 Genesee Avenue, La Jolla, CA 92037 (please double check that before you go). Here is the flyer that was posted: I have not been yet, but hope to make it soon. Classes are free, and it sounds like…

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a dysautonomiac exercises at home…

a dysautonomiac exercises at home…

Because I have dragged you all through numerous posts about exercise, like this and this, I kind of feel like you’re along for the entire journey, and I owe you status reports. You’re like my spotters, and I owe you a thick, goopy protein shake for keeping me motivated. So, drink up, friends. I have a Fitbit. I know…..who doesn’t, right? When I first quit the gym and  began working out at home, I set a daily “steps” goal. I…

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5k walk/run in springfield, oh…

5k walk/run in springfield, oh…

Friends (I call everyone “friend” – if you’re reading this post, we’re friends. Even if it’s not mutual. Deal with it.), if you happen to be in the Springfield, Ohio area, or know someone who is, and do not have plans this Saturday morning, September 24th, please consider joining this 5k walk/run for Standing Up to POTS, a 501(c)(3) organization that supports awareness and research. It’s not too late! You can even show up on the morning of the walk….

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so this is what pride feels like…

so this is what pride feels like…

Ever since I was diagnosed with postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS), I have experienced an array of emotions: fear, contentment, embarrassment, disappointment…and certainly happiness. However, it is not often that I feel proud of myself. There just aren’t many opportunities for pride. My limited hours at work and my cognitive and memory issues aren’t exactly winning me any “lawyer of the year” awards. Other than to head to my office and the occasional tedious store stop, I do not leave home often.  I…

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