22 thoughts on “Family Stuff In-Progress

      1. Fortunately not that. But it’s very frustrating when I tell people, “yes, X, Y and Z,” and their reaction is, “Oh no, we have everything under control, that’s not going to happen….”

        A few hours later: “X, Y and Z happened!”

        me: *Facepalm* I tried to tell you….

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  1. If you can, take some me time. At least, that’s what my mother kept telling me when we were struggling with getting her into assisted living. It helped, the times I could actually get some.

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  2. Ouch, regarding the “we’ve never seen this happen” being a bad thing to hear from a doc. May your issue resolve itself as well as my “I’ve never heard of this outside of a textbook…” issue. (Months of testing, turns out I’m a medical zebra. Sodium deficiency coupled with hereditary low blood pressure. I don’t retain sodium properly, apparently. First time the doc had ever had to tell someone to use MORE salt…. May your family issue be as easily solved!)

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    1. Oddly enough I also need to add salt to my diet. In part because I just don’t eat much processed foods, due to allergies. I don’t have the same exact problem, but I have a different problem that means not enough electrolytes = Bad Things Happen. So, yes, salt shaker is on my table and I actually carry salt on me. Just in case.

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