Over the weekend, I began unboxing my old kitchen supplies at my new apartment. My mom came over to help me prepare a large quantity of soup to freeze for my thymectomy recovery.
I have not lived on my own since my issues with MG began almost a year ago, so it was my first time using the kitchen tools I had packed from my old apartment.
I already needed assistance from my mother to help cut the immense amount of veggies. Then on top of that, I found myself having to switch off stirring hands every minute because I was too weak to move food with my cheap, plastic, flimsy mixing spoon.
Do you often find yourself overwhelmed and needing help preparing meals to remain calm working against MG?
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