• Ángela Landete Arnal


It's the name given to the mental thickness suffered by the patient with lupus. I call it mental "webs" so that the people around me understand it at once. Can you imagine a spider weaving its warm home inside your head? The web gathers density as the arachnid goes round and round and, proportionally, the flow of ideas gets increasingly slow. The result? The thought line becomes snail-paced, processing information is a hard task; any kind of information, not necessarily the last discovery of quantum physics. One of my children trying to explain some anecdote of the school day is all it takes...

Nothing serious or deadly, but disabling indeed.

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