getting a diagnosis

posted on March 31, 2010 - 2:27pm
Forty-one-year-old Sandy Doak remembers that she was never athletic, couldn’t do sit-ups, and always had trouble finishing physical tasks. But, she says, “I never really thought I had anything wrong. I just thought I was awkward. I knew I was weaker than others. That had pretty much lasted most of my life.” Sometimes she found herself the object of ridicule, which, while friendly, wasn’t...
posted on March 31, 2010 - 2:27pm
QUEST Vol. 17, No. 2
Forty-one-year-old Sandy Doak remembers that she was never athletic, couldn’t do sit-ups, and always had trouble finishing physical tasks. But, she says, “I never really thought I had anything wrong. I just thought I was awkward. I knew I was weaker than others. That had pretty much lasted most of my life.” Sometimes she found herself the object of ridicule, which, while friendly, wasn’t...