Tag Archives: Disorder

Part 8: The End!!

Narratives play different roles in our lives. And in illness, they take on a whole new dimension. They serve as a source of hope and this is exemplified by Arthur Kleinman when he states, “each of us, even the most … Continue reading

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Part 7

For some reason, writing this essay proved hard. I figured it would be easy since I am talking about myself and it has always been easy when I write essays. But this time around, it was different. I am unsure … Continue reading

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Part 3

So, we have arrived at the fun part; DEFINITIONS!! Yes, I am just as excited as you are. Hyperhidrosis as defined by Swick and Walling (2011) is a disorder of excessive sweating beyond what is expected for thermoregulatory needs and … Continue reading

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Part 2

“I, I, I. I am so sorry,” she stammered. She swallowed and proceeded with her apology; “I didn’t mean to beat you. You can go back to your seat, please forgive me. Don’t be angry with me and turn into … Continue reading

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Sympathetic Much!? Part 1

I was literally shaking as I stood in front of the classroom, eyes shut so tight I could see silver stars beneath my eyelids and wondering if I was going to go blind. Hands outstretched in front of me, palms … Continue reading

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