"If I start with juggling knives, do you think I might improve over that 5%?
I've only been here since May so I'm unsure of how things were before then. I, personally, enjoy the heated conversations. As long as they don't turn personal of course. I think every type of treatment could be debated about until it's death, whether we have proof of it's success or not.
However, sometimes I do feel a little scared to comment on something. More afraid of giving the wrong advice (and being scorned for it) then asking the wrong question. It's kind of like high school, I'm a freshman and I'm steering clear of the juniors and seniors.
This post probably makes zero sense.Off topic, today is my sons b-day party & I told my husband, "from here on out, I'm going to be more care-free." Then some woman/competitor emailed me about business and threw all that care free shit out the window.
Anyway, I love this site no matter how bitchy people do or don't get. As long as it's not towards me, it's pretty entertaining. My new neuro was impressed by my knowledge of MS. Even though it's slim compared to the rest of you, I gave credit where credits due.
Thank you ThisIsMs, I feel less like an idiot every day.