A week, well as of 2 pm this afternoon it will be a week since I tripped going up my stairs. Yes, if you have not read any of my… Read more Recovery: Day 7 →
A social worker/case manager who writes? Yes, and I have since 2012 with my first blog being NorthernMSW.wordpress.com. I am also a case manager who works with older adults in a non-profit community agency for the past 18 years!
MSW Writes will focus on the book I co-authored and edited with Julie Saeger Nierenberg; 'Journey's End: Death, Dying, and The End of Life' - Xlibris July 2017. The first book in a series.
Book 2 is being written right now: 'Journey's End: Cultural, Ethnic, and Religious
Perspectives on Death and Dying' - aiming for Summer 2019 publication.
Articles about death, dying, end of life, grief, and bereavement along with resources will be written and provided as well.
So, yesterday afternoon I started to feel better! Head did not hurt as much. Bruise on arm from IV slowly healing. Still cannot take bright light or loud noises, for… Read more Recovery: Day 6 →
So today I actually slept a bit better if you count sleeping 2 hours straight as better. I still sleep an hour, up 2-3 hours at night and then back… Read more Recovery: Day 5 →
There is only so much sitting in quiet one can do. I know I have to be careful with lights, ice my jaw and chin, and rest. I can only… Read more Recovery: Day 4 →
Came across this site while doing some research to see if my post injury symptoms are normal… lucky me they are. Baselinetesting.com– take a look for more info. After a… Read more Mild Concussion: Signs & Treatment →
Slept for the first time in a 3 hour block; awoke tired and with a headache… no clue if this is normal or not. I cycle between being cold and… Read more Recovery: Day 3 →
After a fall that came so quickly with no chance to protect myself; recovery? No clue what to expect. My sleep is different that is for sure. I cycle in… Read more Recovery: Day 2 →
Okay, we all have what I term ‘dumb’ moments and mine was Friday afternoon. I was walking, perhaps slightly jogging up my inside steps when my foot caught on a… Read more ER Visit at the Royal Vic →