Saw the neurologist today. Asked him 32948739481 questions as usual. I'm not a hypocondriac, I just find my neurological system very interesting. Fatigue isn't too bad. Being cold all the time is either how I'm built or a side effect of the medication. Mood swings are likely normal for me, but aggravated by MS. (And I don't think they're as bad as my mom makes them out to be. I think she's the one with the problem because none of my friends have ever complained and they've seen me upset WAY WAY WAY more often than my mom has.) My spacing out might be minor absences or just how I'm built. My neuro suggested getting tested for epilespy but I decided to wait a year to see if they get worse.
Seeing the audiologist tomorrow. Not sure if I want my mom to come in with me or not. On one hand, I'm not going to be completely honest if she's there but on the other hand, she remembers my history, I don't.
In other news, I finished Are you the one for me a couple of days ago. I have to say, I'm impressed. I didn't like De Angelis' other book Secrets about Men so I didn't think I'd like this one either. I was proven wrong. I didn't agree with everything (I love porn too much to say that all porn is bad in a relationship!), but for the most part she put a lot of my observations into words. As someone who enjoys watching other people's relationships, I have a lot of pet peeves when it comes to stupid choices in a partner. De Angelis summed them up nicely. She also explains different levels of commitment, which was interesting. Even I learned something from that.
I think I'll give the book to Zlati when I see him next. He'll have to hide it because it's pink, but he'll probably like it. (And would kill me if he saw me post that here!!)