My diagnosis after two Neurocognitive tests. This is a way to measure brain function non-invasively. It uses paper-and-pencil tests or computerized tests to assess important aspects of cognition: attention, memory, language, reaction time, perception, and so on. One test was administered in UT Health in Houston TX, in 2019. The length of the testing appointment six… Continue reading Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) education time:
Mental Health and Depression – Pt 2
Begin date of post: May 29, 2022 I haven't written in over a year. I believe my last post was on my 48th Birthday in December 2020, but what started off as a small miserable feeling turned out to be my biggest fight. I actually tried writing when it first began in 2021 but I… Continue reading Mental Health and Depression – Pt 2
U gotta love yourself
I realize how difficult this time is for single people but through this and after this pandemic remember do not go back to where you were before. Do not find that comfort zone in the past. Keep embracing your singleness. In this season of quarantine it is your opportunity to find yourself again. Discover things… Continue reading U gotta love yourself
FOMO – Fear of Missing Out
I was listening to this personal blog where I heard this word "FOMO", so as usual I decided to look up exactly what this means. After reading what it means, I related it to my life. Believe it or not I is I was talking to a friend a while back and we both had… Continue reading FOMO – Fear of Missing Out
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