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Rex8ever178 karma

I can definitely understand. Holding onto anger takes energy. Forgiveness is saying, I'm not going to be angry anymore, I'm not going to live my life based on the past.

Rex8ever15 karma

Honestly, I'm still traumatized by my csection where they struggled for 15 minutes to get my spinal block to work before putting me under. I was terrified the whole time that they were going to start the surgery... Probably didn't help that I was lying flat on my back and still feeling contractions.

Rex8ever14 karma

How'd you end up in Tyler? My friend is a reporter for the local paper there.

Rex8ever12 karma

My cousin discovered she had MS while walking her dog. Her leg stopped working - that's how she described it anyway. Took 3 doctors to diagnose.

We think my family has a history of neurodegenerative disorders. My grandfather was ill for 10 years before he died and no one knew what was wrong. Still don't. Can you imagine - you're losing control of your body and doctors are just like, uh...

Rex8ever6 karma

I have found this to be true. I went to high school in a very conservative area. I had a few friends that I suspected were gay - all but 1 were very homophobic. It made me sad for them; I felt like they were internalizing the hate.