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Re: How do you define complete remission? SLS

Posted by Hugh on February 2, 2024, at 9:22:01

In reply to Re: How do you define complete remission? Hugh, posted by SLS on February 1, 2024, at 22:50:21

Hi Scott,

I couldn't agree more. While it's demoralizing to experience the end of a remission, it's thrilling to know that my brain is capable of remission. It's what inspires me to keep trying.

> Perhaps the most pursuasive reason for continuing to live is that I knew the excitement of living within a properly function brain and a mind free of a psychic pain, free of cognitive slowing and memory impairments. To experience remission several times for no more than three days was enough of a carrot on a stick to pursue indefinitely. *Uncertainty* is the key to avoiding suicide.Therein lies hope.
> Grasp your memories of remission, and they will prove that when you respond to treatment, life is worth living and waiting for. It must be understood than memories are state-specific. I suggest finding a short essay that explains this.
> - Scott




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