@lilletale I suffer from vertigo and balance issues, motion-sickness and nausea on moving grounds (like a boat).
At the moment I feel a lot better. But no significant hearing loss, so it is unknown if it's Ménière's or not.
I need money for medicine
I'm supposed to take iron, but I can't afford buying iron bcause my temp job doesn't pay me until March :(
If anyone want's to help with the approximately €7 I need, I'm very grateful. My tip jar is https://liberapay.com/LilleTale/ but I also do text work and translations (DE -> NO) if anyone wants to hire me.
To avoid that I already called support to have an idea about pricing. My screen is not cracked, but its colours are altered, which is terrible for me, as I work a lot with photography.
But spiderwebs can be fascinating
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@Breakfastisready it was you! I found your topic on the forum weeks ago. Evidently the anxiety is worse than tinnitus itself
@lilletale "we just have to remember that we need a different soundscape than the average reader" --> that's so true.
Of course, that's the thought that I have to listen to it while I read that makes me anxious...
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