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- National Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2015 February 24, 2015
- “he doesn’t belong.” February 22, 2015
- Yes/No February 20, 2015
- “Allowing people to suffer with unmanaged pain is immoral and unethical” February 13, 2015
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2011 Ashley Award
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ATTRIBUTION: Joreen, U.S. feminist and author. From “The Bitch Manifesto,” originally published in Ms. magazine in 1969. As quoted in The Decade of Women, by Suzanne Levine and Harriet Lyons (1980).
Category Archives: About a Bitch
National Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2015: The Importance Of An Early Intervention: Signs of disordered eating aren’t always obvious, Health reported. Subtle insecurities, excessive exercise, and feeling shy or self-conscious about eating in public are all warning signs a loved … Continue reading
Yes, you may have seen me at some parades, especially during the day the first weekend and the second Saturday. No, I am not “feeling better.” “Feeling better” is a fucking tease. AS in general is fairly miserable. Even if … Continue reading
Consumer Pain Advocacy Task Force (CPATF) Who We Are & What We Believe Formed in 2014, the CPATF is a coalition of 16 consumer organizations working to improve the well-being of those living with pain. With decades of combined advocacy … Continue reading
My chronic pain isn’t a crime. Boston Globe, 2/3/15. HT: Jenni Prokopy at ChronicBabe FB feed My latest pain contract, presented as a requirement for obtaining care, included a demand that I appear, whenever ordered, before any practitioner in the … Continue reading
If your rheumatologist or GP spouts any of this nonsense, look for another doctor; if you have no other options, arm yourself with research and bring a friend to your appointment for moral support and backup. There are many doctors, … Continue reading
At one point yesterday, halfway through a sentence, handing over a bolt cutter, my Spidey sense went off—because of a mix up, I was alone in the house with 2 crews of working men, about 7-8 in all, 1 fairly well … Continue reading
You might wonder why the fuck you’d go to a site called “The G Bitch Spot,” or Bitch anything, to learn about ankylosing spondylitis/AS. So, why? Because I have it. Because I’ve read a good number of pages, blogs, pamphlets, … Continue reading
[Director] Lauren [Greenfield] doesn’t shy away from what is really going on in these womens’ [sic] lives. As viewers, we’re shown an insider’s perspective of what life is like at an in-patient clinic: the weigh-ins and vitals, the meals, the … Continue reading
Sometimes it’s the level of pain, sometimes the relentlessness—the 1585th or 1693rd day, the 10,000th month, that 23rd hour of the day–and sometimes it’s everything you’ve lost and the isolation and the lack of substantial pain management and quality of life. I … Continue reading
“increasingly hostile environment for chronic pain patients and the physicians who strive to treat them”
In the summer of 2012, the Finance Committee of the U.S. Senate announced that it was initiating an investigation of the financial connections between certain major pharmaceutical manufacturers of prescription pain medications and experts in pain medicine, organizations that issue … Continue reading