The last several weeks have certainly been a very unique time for all of us.
I’m thankful to still have the opportunity to continue working as a clinical psychologist in two nursing homes. I’ve also been very busy with teaching a college course online, plus promoting my book.
Most importantly, however, I’ve been able to help my elderly mother and my daughter during this unexpected pause in our everyday lives. They’ve both been dealing with serious medical issues during quarantine.
I’m very happy that I have been feeling well enough to assist both of them, whether it be driving them to appointments, going grocery shopping, preparing meals, doing laundry, picking up prescriptions, etc.
Next week, I see my local ENT for an in-office bronchoscopy. I’m certain that my subglottic stenosis has worsened since my last office visit with this provider. Consequently, I anticipate having my twentieth throat dilatation surgery very soon.