I keep trying to think back to songs I like that end and for the life of me I can’t really think of anything that ends in something other than the home chord or by just fading out the track.
There are probably some obvious examples out there that I’m just not capable of thinking of, please feel free to point those out to me, but at the moment, if I remember correctly, a few tracks off With the Beatles end on something other than the tonic.
When I talk about having a resolute feeling, I guess it can be confusing to say something other than the home chord, because typically resolving to this chord or ending in general gives a finalized feeling, I just want to know if there’s any more creative or inventive ways maybe you’ve utilized that helped you end something that you were really fond of.
Its a funny tonic and a combat one top of that, which we could really need more.
Limiting this tonic to only one day per year would be kinda sad, they could give us a tonic version of this one, which could be enabled for the whole year, via a recipe or achievements.
Let me preface this by saying that my epilepsy is caused by a (now mostly removed) brain tumor, which they discovered after a sudden grand mal where I completely blanked out for 30 minutes before I woke up.
They put me on 500mg levetiracetam twice daily and ever since my seizures have been fully awake and aware. I can tell what twitches, what cramped, in what order, I can even speak until I feel my lungs close up. After the seizure I would lie there trapped in a body that I couldn't move yet.
When they upped my dose because my seizures inexplicably increased in frequency, I felt them too. Screaming from the pain caused by the cramping of all the muscles in your body before it FINALLY went numb.
They added lamotrigine and that was a relief. Instantly, before it was at working dose, my tonic cloncs were limited to just my right arm/torso and the pain was gone. But I am still fully aware. I can sort of tell time now too. This one felt like 2 minutes, that one felt longer, that sort of thing.
According to my neurologist, he has heard of people being able to concentrate better on levetiracetam but not to this ridiculous extent. Needless to say it left me quite traumatised. I also suspect the Keppra is why I can't sleep properly and wake up multiple times at night; because of insanely increased awareness or something. They tried to wean me off and it failed miserably. I just want to talk with someone that has somewhat been through the same because I feel lost and alone.
Edit: big hugs and lots of love to all of you. I am clearly not alone, which is both saddening and strengthening. You guys are amazing support.
i just wanna do wvw as a choya :(
So when I finally got diagnosed after a year of hell from TTTS, I was trying to look for other people who experience it but it was hard to find actual groups of people. The r/earrumblersassemble, r/tinnitus, r/hyperacusis, and a bunch of other communities have been very supportive but I would like a separate one solely for TTTS.
I want to start a sub for it, but I've been stressed and super busy lately so idk if I'll be able to do it. There's a sub called r/TensorTympaniSyndrome but it seems like the mod is inactive, and I don't have enough Karma to request it. I actually created another community r/TTensorTympaniS before realizing I could ask other people to help mod it or create a new one.
Does anyone want to request to mod the one already created or be added as the top mod or general mod to the one I made? NGL I'm pretty much a newbie to Reddit so I'm also scared imma mess up.
Edit: If no one offers a hand, I'll probably start setting it up late next week or the week after.
I know that it's very rarely used, but how can it be used at all, if the tonic chord is dissonant?
Is it common to vomit after a tonic clonic seizure? Or is it link to the type of epilpsey? Seem that most don't vomit.
I felt bad when my teenager daughter has a seizure in the public as cleaners need to clean up the whole mess.