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Re: more2 * abuse trig » ElaineM

Posted by Lindenblüte on October 15, 2006, at 21:11:34

In reply to Re: more2 * abuse trig » Lindenblüte, posted by ElaineM on October 15, 2006, at 20:05:53

Hey Elaine,
PLEASE take your antibiotics. Your kidneys are a very important part of your body. You are going to need them the rest of your life. You know, when my dad's kidney's are acting up, the first symptom is always an increase in emotionality. SO! just becuase you may think of them as useless pee-processors, they are actually the detox centers for your entire body. If you are thinking about changing or stopping your meds, you should do this with the help of a professional. If you've decided to do it on your own, please be smart and listen to the voice inside that tells you if you're in danger.

The reason why your T is never going to be able to learn to live with fear the way you do (and dare I say myself) is because he didn't go to the same "school" we did. 17 years of that "education" will teach you a lot of acting skills. And a lot of "coping" skills too. Unfortunately when school lets out, we find out we maybe have stuff to learn yet.


take care of yourself. I'm worried about you.

Finish the prescription of the antibiotics. trust me- only taking half the pills will only kill the wimpy bacteria. The strong ones remain and multiply. Then you may get I.V. antibiotics. yuck.


drink lots of herbal tea and water, and rest. Get lots of rest.


hugs for you. Even if you like pain, I know there's a little part of you that appreciates a friendly hug from someone who cares.





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