Oh_god_not_you782 karma2018-10-08 15:26:48 UTC
How are you coping with being the new doctor? Has it really hit you yet?
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Oh_god_not_you120 karma2019-01-18 14:11:50 UTC
I developed diabetic gasteroparesis at the age of 46. I couldn’t eat, and the subsequent hypoglycemia left me unable to do anything on my own. I couldn’t walk out of my apartment, nausea, exhaustion, constant memory loss and insane anger issues. I could deal with everything ( the memory loss was very difficult to deal with) except the loneliness. On my own, all day long with no one to talk to. Everyone was busy getting on with their life and I was stuck in this limbo. I went insane from loneliness.
Even though my disease was classified as incurable I kept up the hope that I could somehow beat it. I cannot tell you what that hope meant to me, regardless of how utterly unfounded it may have been. You have got to have hope that things will get better. You must use that as your guiding force. Do you have two choices, get busy living or get busy dying. And you were too young, and way too beautiful to give up.
What if anything can I or anyone else here do for you ??
Oh_god_not_you77 karma2018-12-20 23:13:29 UTC
Is there anything that we can do to help you?
Oh_god_not_you38 karma2017-09-01 13:36:56 UTC
I use the strain Jack Herre for anxiety and Girl Scout cookies for help with PTSD. What strains do you find work best for you ?
Oh_god_not_you38 karma2017-09-05 22:07:55 UTC
Kid. You need to report your sister. Broccoli with Mayo cravings are the first sign she's been taken over by Aliens. Does she talk a lot? Have a lot of friends like Becky and Stacy. All the signs are there. This could be the worst case I've ever seen. You are brave and special, and you matter in this world.
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