A Modern Day Quest for Feeling
By Dr Marion Piper.
At various times throughout the day my hands and feet tingle. Nothing life threatening or anything, but noticeable enough to stop me in my tracks. It’s a sensation that runs along the surface of my skin, darting between hairs, pulsing like an invisible flame, gulping up oxygen to gain strength. Then it stops – and I feel nothing. My hands go about their business and my feet continue to hang there, adorning my ankles like some kind of lucky charm on a bracelet.