"This" post gets posted alot, and it should, it's fair.
If only we had magic wands.
I just wrote this thread myself couple days back.
I see this thread every other day, along with the thousands of others which might as well be parrots mimicking each other.
All good, every post makes me remember I am not alone, every post reminds me that I don't have the monopoly on pain and misery, that I have an extended family linked by these genetics that is also suffering and everyone one of them tries to help me when I post.
It is a weird feeling when you draw strength from others misery.
I am not sure this world we live in now is designed to help sick people, it is desgined to make a profit off sick people.
Until we as a people change our veiws on whats important, and I am not just talking about health, anyone read the latest world wide climate change report? Stunning, longest running heat wave ever, almost 15 years straight, ice caps melting, ocean levels rising, the world ripping its self apart with earthquakes.
People arent the only ones who need healing, the world and its people need more empathy like you find here, understanding, love, these are starting points for fixing problems.
But again, I don't beleive there is any profit to be made in fixing things, I think the profit is in destroying them or keeping them destroyed, that can't be right?
I wish you well, I know this sucks, other then knowing you are not alone and doing what your already doing, we are all in one big boat, floating about in a vast sea of empty medical promises looking for any signs of life out there, someday.
Yeah, I am still hanging my hat on nano-technology, yeah I am a sci-fi nerd, I realize I won't be around to see that happen, but little tiny robots repariring and invigorating your body, the applications would be endless. Bah, who am I kidding, the military would never let this tech be used to heal.
darn, pretty soon I will be bashing the Muppets, and everyone loves them, just mean Im getting a little carried away.
All I can offer is my heartfelt distress for you and tell you I know what your talking about.
The unknown future is where the hope is, that is where I keep my eyes looking, forward, backward is not healthy.