Leaving the Twilight Zone

Amazingly helpful site, inspired by one woman’s painful experiences. My nod to Mental Health Month.

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It was time to get back to work following a closed head injury.  I thought everything was going well and my simple concussion was resolved.  Oh, if I only knew what was yet to come.  So by Monday November 4, 1991 and 5 days later I was ready to return to work.  After all a few days have passed since I was hit in the head and certainly there should not be any reason to keep me from working.

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Published by Katharine

Katharine is a writer, speaker, women's counselor, and professional mom. Happily married for 50 years to the same gorgeous guy. She loves cooking amazing homegrown food, celebrating grandbabies, her golden-egg-laying hennies, and watching old movies with popcorn. Her writing appears at Medium, Arkansas Women Bloggers, Contently, The Testimony Train, Taste Arkansas, Only in Arkansas, and in several professional magazines and one anthology.

3 thoughts on “Leaving the Twilight Zone

    1. Oh, I know what you mean! This one was a bit long, but worth it, I thought. This poor woman was a nurse who was attacked, I think by a patient, but maybe by a relative of a patient. Anyway, for nurses attacked on the job, there is little recourse. The site is new and I expect great things of it in a short time!
      Thanks for your kind words. Hope you leave a few over at her site, too. 🙂

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