Being back in acute rehab and managing to have patience with fellow patients, and dealing with "the toxic patient"
It’s pretty surreal being back home after my 7th brain surgery, a full week in ICU and then 2 1/2 weeks in acute, inpatient rehabilitation. It was strangely very bittersweet leaving rehab, where I had a very set schedule, was taken care of so wonderfully and most importantly, able to remove myself from reality. As [...]
After a week in ICU following my 7th brain surgery, I was sent to inpatient acute rehab. Since they seriously work me here, this won’t be a long, deeply reflective post. I’m definitely “on the go” constantly here. Nevertheless, I did think it was important to post about my experience thus far. This is actually [...]
Release from the Misery of the Neuro-Observation & Continued Hospital Stay The day after the surgery, when I guess they realized nothing incredibly serious would happen, I was moved into a private room with a roommate. I remained there another full 2 days. I know I was in incredible pain, but I will never forget [...]