i am not going to advise on how to avoid sore legs,
i am going to give a little legal advice.
if any part of your job hurts or stains you,
document it, document it, document it.!!!
my doctor advised me in 2002 that over the years
repeatedly stressing myself to meet the duties of my
job (30 years) had coused injuries to my neck, and
ligaments, and tendons. i have been in a 3 year battle
with the department of labor over these work related
injuries. the big hold is that every random doctors
they send me too for opinions can't seem to say either
way if my job duties could have coused the injuries.
if i had documented it many times over the years how i
was strained we might not be in this battle.
document, just in case!
--- Kathy <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Well, the main thing is, to get up and go out to the
> bathroom or get a drink
> of water at a water fountain, or just walk down the
> hall. Just move. I've
> found that that has helped my spasms at meetings,
> and believe you me, I've
> been to a lot of meetings in my time with my
> As for feeling self-conscious if the speaker's good
> enough, everyone's
> attention will be on them, not you. If they're not
> good, well, everyone will
> be noticing everyone else, not just you.
> On Thursday 13 January 2005 3:27 am, Carrie Bancroft
> > Hi Everyone,
> > Thank you for your advice.
> > I have Diplegic C.P. & whilst it is mild & I can
> walk, I do find that as I
> > age there are more things to overcome.
> > Yes Kat, the sore legs are spasms & the numbness
> starts as well when
> > I sit still. I struggle when I am tired &/or
> > I do sit at the back of the room & near a door. I
> just find that I get
> > self-conscious
> > about it.
> > Carrie.
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