thepipesarecall85 karma2016-03-01 22:05:28 UTC
It's very true. I lived with chronic, debilitating pain for about 3 years. Every once in a while I would move the wrong way and nearly throw up and faint, but most of the time it was manageable. You learn to live with it, bargain with it, and push it from your consciousness. Sometimes you have days with no pain at all and those days are beautiful. I had health insurance the whole time, I just didn't want to take the time off work to fix it and it became normal.
Then I had it fixed. I still get pissed at myself sometimes for waiting so long.
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thepipesarecall45 karma2020-01-05 18:20:41 UTC
There’s a great podcast you should check out if you’re into podcasts, called Dr. Death. It’s all about Christopher Duntsch.
thepipesarecall18 karma2017-08-15 20:43:51 UTC
MBTI is pseudoscience. There is an incredibly strong test-retest bias, meaning when someone retakes the test, their results tend to differ more than is acceptable to be a useful metric. Also, many of the categories have an unacceptable amount of co-morbidity.
thepipesarecall9 karma2017-11-12 23:33:46 UTC
Can you explain how you drive a manual car with one hand?
thepipesarecall8 karma2017-06-15 13:28:28 UTC
To be honest, I doubt you're going to get any exposure unless you rap in English.
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