Hmmm… Could be…
Anybody else got any answers?
YES. Yes, fatigue and fogginess are DEFINITELY Celebrex side effects. I fell asleep behind the wheel of a car on that stuff! I was taking it for CPS.
What They Say: If you haven’t been diagnosed by a doctor, you’re not really autistic.
What They Mean: I like to bully people who I consider weird, and I don’t like being called ableist because of it.
What people think recovery looks like vs. what it really looks like
I remember a few months ago there was a spoonie-friendly clothes post — anybody remember who started it?
Joggers and leggings and yoga pants are comfy and can be bought at places like Rugged Wearhouse, Ross Dress for Less, Marshall’s, Rue 21, and Forever 21 for fairly cheap. I don’t like denim fabric, it’s rough and scratchy, so if I have to wear jeans they’re usually leggings.
For shoes, I like Tom’s type shoes (there are plenty of cheap brands at anywhere that sells shoes) if I’m not going to have to stand or walk a lot.
I’m super picky about shirts thanks to sensory issues so I usually buy men’s tee shirts for about $5 from either Forever 21 or H&M. Men’s tee shirts look good on everyone and they aren’t uncomfortably tight. Plus the fabric is usually a lot better and less see through. If there’s a thrift store in your area, men’s tee shirts there are sometimes as low as 99 cents and they’re pretty comfy.
Also joggers are for EVERYONE. my husband and I are both wearing them right now!
The most comfortable shoes I have ever worn are Crocs Rachel shoes. They are cute (they look like ballet flats) and they can be stepped into easily. I do not have to bend to put them on. They are not particularly good for cold weather BUT they are cheap. $25-30 for a pair, and they are very easy to wash and so on if you step in something, so their ease of care is great.
Wal-Mart, though I hate shopping there, has some very comfy long pants that are technically pyjama pants, their store brand, which are a very soft knit and have pockets in them. I wear them with knee-length dresses or long shirts over top to my workplace (which has a business casual to casual dress code) and have been complimented on them. The pants are $15-20 a pair and I have a few pairs which have lasted me through constant wear over a year so far.
I also wear pull-on sports bras because I do not like anything else, they are soft and don’t bother me sensory-wise. Danskin’s medium support sport bras, again available at Wal-Mart, are 2 for $12 and come in a very wide variety of sizes up to 4XL.
I also shop Old Navy clearance racks a lot. They make a LOT of loose, comfortable, loose, cotton clothing. I have had surgery on my back and have sensory issues, and the waistbands on their long skirts are very wide, which bothers me less than narrow elastic.
I hope this is helpful!
Hello, Fellow Pennsylvanians. Please take a moment of time and hear me out about something that’s very important to me: SB 1182. Specifically, this is the bill to legalize and regulate medical marijuana in the state of Pennsylvania.
"But, but! Weed! I couldn’t possibly support…
*the type of people who would read “Quiet Hands” and go
"but what I’m doing is okay! I’d never hold ANYONE’S hands down in glue!"*
Good job, girl
Thank you :’) I’m proud of me too
Wait was that seriously you lmaooo
Oh, my gosh. After getting trolled all day by TiA crybabies, this is especially hilarious to me right now.
Reddit bro feels are the true victims of oppression.
People who whine about SJWs are by definition Social Injustice Warriors. They are the defenders of injustice. “Don’t do anything to put things right!” they cry. “It all needs to stay BAD and WRONG. When you see someone suffering, point & laugh instead, or give them a kick while they’re down”. When you whine about someone being an SJW you might as well light up a neon sign with a huge arrow pointing at you & the word “DOUCHE”.
Slapping a label that sounds righteous and holier than thou doesn’t make it so.
Here we have a kid who’s girlfriend resented him and viewed him so low as to that he wasn’t even allowed to have an opinion.
If a women was complaining about a boyfriend who told her to shut up every time she talked about politics because women don’t get to have an opinion, and hated her because she just toke away his money you’d lose your god damn mind.
Yet the same thing is happening to someone and here you are encouraging their suffering, pointing and laughing, and kicking them while they’re down.
So by you’re own definition, you’re an injustice warrior.
how about if instead of pretending to flip the tables every time something like this happens, you evaluate the situation that ACTUALLY HAPPENED? This girl educated herself and realized her boyfriend was an ignorant fuckface and she left him. That, by anyone’s definition, makes the girl Smart Enough To Know When To Cut Her Losses And Respect Her Blood Pressure.
but go ahead and keep whining on this jerk’s behalf anyway. “OHHH POOR ME I NO LONGER HAVE A GIRLFRIEND BECAUSE I DON’T WANT TO JOIN THE 21ST CENTURY AND RESPECT OTHER PEOPLES’ HUMANITIES” this is the side you’re taking? really?