Did you catch Monday's blog sharing the ad and feature of this month's Classic author story, The Confrontation by Adam Phillips? This was another story chosen to go along with the Coming Out theme to kick off our promotion of Pride month, which is often what so many LGBT community members are thinking about when this time of year rolls around. How did it go in this story? Well...
I chose this excerpt because it shows that first crucial moment and then the second... but you're left wondering
I'm lactose intolerant. I do have friends who are allergic to milk protein, but they all have severe gastro-intestinal symptoms similar to celiac disease. I don't. (The throwing up is because of phlegm and cough, often it's just dry-heaving.) Not gonna rule anything out before talking to my doctor, though.
My GP is anything but dismissive. She's a wonderful human who really takes care of her patients. Which would be why she's so popular and why I still go to her even though I don't live a
Especially in the past, and in certain cultures, doctors would be dismissive of these sorts of symptoms and would blame the patient. Fortunately, most doctors are more understanding and empathetic. And patients have access to more information about their own health.
this is truly a wonderful gift
to us, from You,
to all who will read it, whether prompted by some professor, or mentor, or simply stumble across the name Rainer Maria Rilke in some random GOOGLE search
thank You for thinking of us Sir
It’s not gluten. Often, things like bread, salted biscuits and so on are the only things I can eat without feeling sick, so...
I’m going next Tuesday.
I talked to my mum today, and she and my aunt both have this thyroid thing. I got tested for it a few years back, but might be worth testing again. So gonna start by asking my doctor about that.