2020 has been a difficult year for everyone with a pandemic, social unrest, hurricanes and fires but I had something extra on top of all of those. I got cancer. Those are words that generally strike fear into everyone and I'm no exception. I think my attitude was more positive than most but it was certainly not something I wanted to hear. I found it myself, knew what it was and I caught it early. However, it was an aggressive type so after lots of tests, I had surgery and then chemotherapy.
I don't know if you have ever watched someone go thru chemo or gone thru it yourself but it is no picnic. It has a lot of side effects including brain fog. I already have some of that from fibromyalgia so trying to read or learn complex things or to focus on work was beyond me most days. I have completed chemo and am free of cancer but still need a couple of surgeries and a lot of medical monitoring. I am working again and feeling good about that.
So, what do I mean when I say I was hacked? Getting hacked means unauthorized access to a computer or system. Well, your brain works like a computer so it can be hacked by outside influences. Mine certainly was but I am back and will be telling you more about getting hacked and how it affects you and your ability to get what you want.
Wishing your the best,
Janet L Black, RN, FNP,