Nesting dislocation syndrome is probably not a recognised mental condition. You won’t find it mentioned in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), for example. That bible of psychiatric medicine is now in its fifth reincarnation. But it doesn’t list nesting dislocation syndrome.
Australia Day post – a day late. I couldn’t access the internet yesterday. Frustrating.
Australia Day perplexes me. What could be a joyous response is clouded by difficult issues. I’m a traditional Australian, to my core. But Australia Day does not fill me with unmitigated delight.
Fear of ageing struck unexpectedly.
The effect paralysed me. It began the day I stepped backwards off a curb and tore my gastrocnemesis (calf) muscle. Continue reading