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The Queen of Sheeeba
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May 2013
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The Queen of Sheeeba [userpic]
Things that have not bothered me since being fired.

My reflux. No chocking, no endless night heartburn, no throat vomit. Nothing.

Sciatica. No limping, no leg trembles, no pain neither agonizing nor dull. This with thrice weekly mile and a half walks to the post office and back.

Edema greatly, GREATLY reduced. Now my right ankle may be a little puffy at the end of the day. No more legs so swollen my knees won't work, no porky fingers, no can't-breath-because-my-core-is-swolled. Eyes all the way open.

Blood pressure almost like regular people.

Wouldn't you know it, my job was killing me.


That is wonderful. Not about getting fired, but holy cats that's a lot of stuff that's clearing up for you. What's cool is that when you get another job, you've got a baseline for triggers now. So hopefully if your conditions start acting up, you can take steps to control them right away, or at least realize that job stressors tend to trigger your conditions.

I knew that my job was pissing me off daily but I never guessed it was making me sick.

This is really telling.

One of those unexpected good things that happen out of the bad.

Wow. It would be great if you found a job soon, and it wasn't so stressful and hostile an environment. That would be a real win-win.