About Me: Female, 64, New Castle, DE, member since Feb 2014
I am a 63 yr old woman of Western European and Native American ethnicity. I have a PhD in social science, but left academia to run my own technical writing and project management business. I did continue my social science research into oppression. In 2012 I developed ba
[More]cterial meningitis and encephalitis, with inflammation of the frontal lobe. It took my Fibro, which I onset when I was around 11, and my Sjogren's (as yet undiagnosed, but began to have symptoms in my mid 40s) and put them on steroids. I am now disabled and limited in what I can accomplish physically. Although I have some short term memory impairment since 2012, and the fatigue, confusion, etc., that goes with Fibro and Sjogren's Disease, my mind still works well. So I have begun the book I always intended to write on oppression.
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