All about Meniere’s Disease. Updated periodically.
When I’m questioned about why I’m retired already, or when someone airs doubts like are you really disabled? the subject of Meniere’s disease is bound to surface. It is bound to surface because Meniere’s disease is the answer to both questions. If you just stumbled across this article on my blog and want to know what is Meniere’s disease? I’ve never heard of it. I can understand that feeling. I’d never heard of it before its symptoms wrecked my life.
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Bad morning. Can’t stop the spinning. Chenopods. It’s always the Chenopods. There is a fun allergy fact for you.
I’m finally getting a chance at some paying work again and the Meniere’s attacks are resurfacing along with the work. Yeah, it’s the stress, I know. I’m trying to take that knowledge in stride. Still, sitting and spinning at lunch and then all through the evening doesn’t lessen the stress levels if you know what I mean.
This turned out to be the last time I was hired to do piecework for a project that just needed some extra draftsmen thrown at it. I failed at even being able to do the simple task of cranking out the corrections at a fast enough rate to satisfy the customer, and they never came looking to hire me again.
Looking back on this entry from 2020 I feel an overwhelming desire to scream at that guy. Hey you! Treasure this moment, even though you feel like a failure! You will look back on even this depressing moment with longing. I would and sometimes even do volunteer to do the same kinds of work to this day. I design renovations for family, give advice on projects, just for the feeling of being useful once again. I just don’t get paid to do the work anymore. Being the breadwinner was nice while it lasted.