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perseverer perseverer 51-55, F 11 Answers Dec 7, 2012 in Self Improvement

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No. Its my worst enemy.

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I understand.

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Good question and thanks for your reply. As I say in my story on disability - it ruins every aspect of life. I spent years as a great optimist, only to each day have it chipped away by the harsh realities life showed.

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Nerve pain and weakness isn't my friend...although I shake hands with it every dag-gone day...maybe if kept some kind of "schedule for visiting me", perhaps I could then form some kind of quiet-time type-o-relationship...right now, I don't really give a "flyin' handshake" is we ever really bond!....lol...

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Yes, as a guest, nerve pain has a way of outwearing the welcome.

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yes it does...lol...

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Oh yeah...that's ear-ringing cure-all for nerve-pain, that doesn't really work?!!...not for me!...lol...[a deafening experience!]

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no

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AH!!

The 54 Million DOLLAR Question.



I've "searched".......for Someone who I Could love.......And would Love ME.......with "my" Disabilities.

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its good to get to know your disease but i wouldnt feel were allies. we want to destroy each other. maybe if we could disarm but that isnt in my control .

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illnessness, are any level , I believe, 'dis-ease- like disharmony. I wonder if one can accept the need to un-invite disharmony and embrace finding greater harmony. Can help our healing , perhaps in ways unexpected but help us heal nevertheless.

Love, True

P.S. I think now the alliance must be with your Spirit in determining the Highest and Best of your Self is what you will and want to be willing to give. Then we may know Peace although not necessarily control. Love, True

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Interesting premise. A manageable illness, where you can be reasonably sure your symptons will respond to your meds or treatments may act as an ally by letting you know subtly when you've missed a pill or need to change your prescription. But with an illness that can't be controlled, where it behaves adversarially and flares up with no notice...it would be more difficult.

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yes my bipoler gets me out of more ****

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Yes, but then I would kill MANY people, and probably myself.

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