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  • #16
    I think it's a blessing that you didn't go to work there. It doesn't sound like a good place for an ICer to work.


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    • #17
      yea he was the type of person even someone who isnt sick wouldnt want to work there long.laurie they actually have some distance ed classes online for becoming a florist. (no floral schools in my area) you watch some dvds about floral arranging,buy your own flowers (could get to be pricy) and then snap photos of your arrangements and send them back into them for completion.open book tests and such.. it looks interesting if buying my own flowers wouldnt be difficult or pricy. ive also found some hands on classes here at various flower shops more of for people who do this as a hobby but it would be fun.i will continue to search for "ic friendly" jobs and am going be upfront with the interviewers about my condition since it does affect me in life and at work hopefully will find an understanding place soon.
      Newly IC diagnosed as of February 2011.

      Medications I'm on that seem to work:
      Zoloft- one once a day
      Butrans pain patch 5 mcg (THANK GOD FOR WHOEVER INVENTED THIS!SO MUCH PAIN RELIEF ITS UNREAL,I AM IN NO PAIN AT ALL UNLESS I STRESS OR SCREW UP ON THE DIET)

      Failed Meds:
      Elmiron-after 4 months,digestive side effects got to be too much
      tramadol-allergic
      DMSO treatments(5-6)
      probiotics

      THERAPIES:gardening,cooking,IC Diet,Counseling,Lots of warm baths,stress reduction,heating pad or ice packs,meditation/deep breathing,listening to relaxing music,having fun on pain free days,drinking chamomile or peppermint tea,pelvic floor physical therapy
      AROMATHERAPY-candles,incense
      Village Naturals Aches and Pains Peppermint Bath Salts
      Johnson and Johnsons Lavender Melt Away Stress Body Wash/Lotion

      ACUPUNCTURE/HERBS
      Significant pain relief so far.

      MAY TRY:yoga,swimming/hydrotherapy and anti-candida diet if i can kick my sugar addiction
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      where there is hatred, let me sow love;
      when there is injury, pardon;
      where there is doubt, faith;
      where there is despair, hope;
      where there is darkness, light;
      and where there is sadness, joy.
      Grant that I may not so much seek
      to be consoled as to console;
      to be understood, as to understand,
      to be loved as to love;
      for it is in giving that we receive,
      it is in pardoning that we are pardoned,
      and it is in dying [to ourselves] that we are born to eternal life.

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