You, Talkin’ To M.E.?

I had visitors this past weekend. It was the first time in months that someone from out-of-town has visited me, and despite what some of my other posts may suggest, it was certainly the most active I've been while being bedridden.  Stephanie Land, a wonderful writer and friend who works with the Blue Ribbon Foundation,... Continue Reading →

You, ME and CBT

I remember when a doctor of mine suggested I incorporate cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and graded exercise therapy (GET) into my treatment plan. She might as well have said, "Hey Jamison, I'd like you to try smoking cigarettes to treat your symptoms. Start slow, maybe a few a day, but your long-term goal should be... Continue Reading →

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