I just got home from our first night of parent-teacher conferences. I am pretty fried but here I go truckin’ along with National Health Blog Post Month. Please don’t expect anything profound…I’m in brain fog-land.
I have to be honest. This was a tough week for me…a lot of fatigue, a lot of POTSiness, a lot of back and neck pain. It was one of those weeks that I felt like I was in survival mode.
My name is Katie and I have POTS and EDS.
They say the first step is acknowledgment.
Well, this week, I forgot that
major minor detail.
My Father-In-Law always assures me that “everything will work out.”
So far, he has been right.
My future with teaching has been extremely stressful this summer.
If you have been following, you know I had my chance to cross off one of my goals for the year last week, which was to work out with the incredible Dr. Lavallee. Back in January I had asked him at my yearly EDS check-up if he would ever be willing to work out with me. He laughed a little, I think taken by surprise, and said, “But I don’t think you need to learn many of the exercises I do…I think you are doing well managing your EDS so far on your own. “