Getting Fried by Wireless

My guy recently purchased a large flat screen. This was without talking to me so he can watch Netflix movies at home. Along with the flatscreen he got a used laptop, long cables, and a D-link wireless router which is tied to (MY as in PAID for by ME) computer Dsl line. Much as I like watching movies on a big screen in the privacy of my home,  I am experiencing symptoms of EMF overload, including feeling hot and very electrical in my head, face, neck, arms and leg joints.  It’s disturbed my sleep and I still wake up with cotton mouth and feeling way too hot in my limbs most nights even if the router is unplugged. I’m feeling fried and achey-hot as I write this, having had to spend most of the morning when I was at my computer monitor absorbing EMFs from the router, which was only recently unplugged because I said it was affecting me.

He’s tried to compromise by unplugging the wireless router and all it’s plugs at night, when we are sleeping. I’ve been aware of EMF dangers for years having read about teachers and children getting cancer because their school was under big power lines.  He doesn’t care that he and our cat are getting blasted by these cancer and inflammation causing radio waves.  He doesn’t want to care about me because he wants his toy more than he can admit I am right about anything.

Basically, what this adds up to, is that he’d rather die and make me ill than do anything that gets in the way of his compulsion to escape. This applies to other areas of conflict between us as well. I’ve tried to deal in the mean time by leaving the house more, getting off the computer, doing more yoga, getting out and so on, but I know sooner or later I’m going to have to have it out of my personal environment.   Oh well.

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I started this blog to expand and explore my rhythm horizons as a hand drummer. That exploration includes touching on the rest of my life and inner world as authentically and truthfully as possible.
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