My ideal style could perhaps be best described as "goth chic"—a lot of structured black somewhere on the border between couture and business casual—but because I have Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, I more often end up wearing "sport goth": a lot of stretchy black layers in washable fabrics with flat shoes. With great effort, I've nudged my … Continue reading Goth fashion tips for Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
A little over five years ago, I stopped eating one food. About a month later, I suddenly realized that, for the first time in nearly seven years, I did not want to die. My history of untreatable suicidal depression, insomnia, and anxiety became just that: history. At the same time, a bunch of other little … Continue reading Finding food allergies and sensitivities
I wrote a difficult post a year and a half ago in which I accepted that I was actually for real disabled, not just the unlucky victim of a series of unrelated injuries for 7 years straight. (This was probably around the time I bought a second cane in case one cane wasn't enough to … Continue reading I am much less disabled!
[Update: I am now much less disabled, hurray!] Most of my friends know this already, but it's time I made a public statement. I am partially disabled, permanently. I will become more disabled as time goes by. The most visible effect is that I have cut way back on my travel. International travel is so … Continue reading I am disabled