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I do not want to cause added stress or upset

Postby fee001 » Sat Jul 02, 2011 4:37 am

Saturday, 18 December 2010The final piece in my puzzle
Last night I was watching a tv programme, where an experiment was being conducted. Several old celebrities were taken from their everyday life, and placed with others in a house that surrounded them in decor and memorable items indicative of their younger adult years. The changes in their personalities and physical health was quite incredible where they interacted with eachother enjoying eachothers company, laughed again and had much fun together, it was a lovely transformation.

They had reached a time in their lives of old age, and adapted to it by behaving as an old person is expected to do so by society. We are so obsessed with the aging process, that we have made the people in that category irrelevant invalid and insignificant individuals, their identities are erased by societies indifference towards them, I suppose a lack of understanding and most importantly a respect.

And that is exactly what has happened to those who have received a diagnosis of MS (which in my opinion is a totally manmade condition) I believe that previous episodes experienced are our bodies warning of a stress overload, and is telling us to keep stress in check in future. But because a false diagnosis of ms and all that comes with it is given, idividuals are plucked from their current lives and thrust into one of, incredible doubt, and inconsistancies, which demoralises and creates fear of ones future. They are pushed and forcibly made to accept a total fictitious condition, when there are alternative isssues that are happening to them, as in my case.

So my bottom line is:
1. A misaligned Atlas, caused by adapting to previous balance anomilies caused by some kind of stress warning.

2. Many psychological issues, including stress/anxiety which intensifies an underlying neck and lower back ache to a very strong pain, and caused other knock on effects (google Dr Windman Atlas to get full array of symptoms caused)

3. Because the spine becomes twisted due to Atlas this then effects bladder meridian. and effects pressure points causing even more tension pain.

I was diagnosed 10 years ago on the say so of a possitive MRI, 10 years off my life was written off, just like that, and to me that is unforgivable.

I will now leave this as my last blog this year as it needs to be read by others. I now realise how damaging it is to frequent a certain website, that keeps people in this so called MS world, and welcomes others to this particular non existant gang, its not the users fault at all, but the organisers should have realised the possible alternatives involved, and not ploughed all monies raised for research, into a medical solution only, as only a cure can save, when that is so not the case. you CANNOT CURE what DOESNT EXIST. They have had much money and resourses at their disposol . so why havent they used them properly? On this one there is no excuse. The NHS is also at fault as they too have been running with the wrong ball in those cases like me.

this is my final post for a while. because now it is the responsibility of those who drove people to this awful. terrible point, to get them out, no question. Perhaps its time for others more open minded and the young to now take charge, as this increasingly effects young adults Foolishness and short sightedness has influenced mine and I suspect many many others lives, its time to get it right.
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Postby robbie » Sat Jul 02, 2011 6:12 am

and i thought i was f@#$ing crazy
Had ms for over 19 years now.
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Postby fee001 » Sat Jul 02, 2011 7:20 am

robbie wrote:and i thought i was f@#$ing crazy



Honestly, that seriously crossed my mind.

But I am my own proof and that I just cant deny.

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Postby fee001 » Tue Jul 19, 2011 5:50 am

Hi!

After reading the last paragraph of this post. It portays me as being a bit bossy and arrogant.

I am not really I pasted from my blog. Now there I can be as arrogant as I like, but I didnt mnean to come accross that way here.

So sorry about that. I'm not bossy boots honest.

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Postby InHislove » Tue Jul 19, 2011 5:20 pm

This post makes me kinda sad when I read... these are the same things that we hear from doctors prior to a diagnosis. That is something I've lived with for 5 years now! I have not had a life of stress, nor do I have a mental health disorder. However the last five years have been somewhat stressful trying to convince arrogant doctors that think women are all depressed/anxious that I have true aches, pains and debilitating fatigue. It wasn't until last year I've found a doctor (after not seeing any doctor for 4 years) who actually hears and disagrees that I'm "crazy" "it's all in your head" "your a hypochondriac" "it's stress" ect...
I do agree stress does aweful things to our bodies and is a trigger for MS symptoms. I don't think (for everyone) that it's the cause of MS, or even fibromyalgia, cancer or anything else that is fatal or debilitating.
Reading this has left me feeling defeated again... perhaps defensive.
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Postby itaska21 » Tue Jul 19, 2011 6:24 pm

I agree that this topic is nothing but toxic for all of the people who have suffered at the hands of this disease. There is numerous studies and publications of the clinical evidence that supports not only the existence of this disease, but the scientific nature of it's destruction. As a whole, people who have this disease direct their time and energy being forward-thinkers, I.e., taking on the responsibility to stay well-informed and finding methods of maintaining the most healthy and satisfying life possible. Everyone has challenges in life they must face. This is ours. As sound-minded individuals, we've all had the courage to face this head-on, always moving forward and never looking back. My sincerest love and respect go out to all of you.[/b]
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Postby civickiller » Tue Jul 19, 2011 6:47 pm

I understand what shes saying and I agree with it. being happy as you were when you were a kid is good vs stressing about your life now.

i was watching bugs bunny/road runner movie today as I did as a kid, cracking up. I felt better watching that for a few hours then the rest of the day
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Postby fee001 » Tue Jul 19, 2011 7:38 pm

Hi!

My only intention is to prevoke thought.

( I'm not being rude but I dont mean you to answer this question as you just ask yourself it)

But I seem to be the only person on the whole planet, that disagrees 100% with their diagnosis. And that there are alternative reasons/causes for me being wonky

Dont you find that in itself a little strange. That I stand alone.


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