i think it frustrates me the most because there is a lack of evidence in showing my pain could be treated this way, so it only presents as a waste of time. though is it worth the effort to get a bit more fit to not have to spend a year doing PT for literally no objective reason.
at the same time, if it was possible for me to do such activities - i wouldn’t also be a severe chronic pain patient. this stupid damned if you do, damned if you don’t approach is really getting under my skin as i cannot medically justify “its boring and isnt of sufficient value”
i think that the ending resolution might have lacked sufficient thought on plausible execution. though the author was probably going for something with a tinge of remorse.
okay, despite the poor signage, they really nailed
the portrayal of the davis square t stop.
this was actually pretty funny to me as they had really nailed the road scenery you see upon exiting logan airport up to this shot with the signs.
i’ve also found myself writing things down physically more often too. i’m not sure how to describe the writing style. it isn’t written for me, but a hypothetical person that may wish to understand my perspective. i’ve begun to see importance in having language for this expression
i am so completely fed up of trying to find a new job.
in hindsight, i now understand myself much better than i did before, but also know it sets me further apart from everyone else because of this fundamental difference in how i experience the world.
in particular, the fact that one’s mentality cannot protect oneself from becoming suicidal. instead, it takes immense mental strength and willpower to get past this way of thinking, which i don’t think many people understand.
hi, i'm demi. i have an undiagnosed illness (causing peripheral neuropathy), and suffer from severe chronic pain.
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