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#352 Sep 23 2017 at 11:15 PM Rating: Decent
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Having worked in health care longer than any sane person should, I can only give you one piece of advice. Never, under any circumstances trust a doctor. I'm sure there are some of them out there that aren't just god awful, but I haven't met one yet. Honestly, PAs and nurses are usually far better at their jobs than the doctors they work for.

Edited, Sep 24th 2017 1:19am by Turin
#353 Sep 24 2017 at 12:48 AM Rating: Good
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My wife is a nurse. She tells me the same exact thing.
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#354 Oct 06 2017 at 8:35 PM Rating: Good
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I had a really huge wall of text typed out and somehow accidentally pressed just the right combination of buttons to make the browser close as I was getting up for a minute.
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#355 Oct 07 2017 at 1:12 PM Rating: Good
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I'm supposed to lower my standards. That's what everyone seems to be hinting at. I don't know how to do that. I don't know how to make myself like people or things that disgust me. But those are my options. Everything else is not for me.

Everything is indifferent.

I think maybe the problem is: Everything is easy. I wake up and do the same things every day. I get food and whatever else no matter what I do. There is no challenge. No goal. I'm still in school learning about radiation physics so I can pass the boards and be a glorified button pusher. --so I can be hired at a hospital or some place and get paid to take radiographs. Then just do that over and over.

This work is all easy. I don't have to study at home or really even try. My classmates act like it's so difficult, but I wonder if it is really hard for them or if it's some psychological thing that makes them feel that way because they think they're under some kind of pressure to do well.

I'm also beginning to wonder if maybe it's not all circumstantial. I try to do things I used to enjoy, and it's no different from staring at a wall. It's like there's none of those brain chemicals happening that are supposed to happen. I don't enjoy anything. No matter what it is. Maybe that's why I have such high standards for what can make me happy. I keep thinking if something highly unlikely could happen, then maybe I wouldn't feel like hanging myself. Maybe that's why I can't appreciate my realistic options.
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#356 Oct 09 2017 at 7:51 AM Rating: Good
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Kuwoobie wrote:
Everything is easy.
Your blog posts indicate otherwise.
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#357 Oct 09 2017 at 10:15 PM Rating: Good
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Ok. So anything I can do on my own is easy. Anything that involves someone else is impossible/ not for me. So I can't do anything like that. All I can do now is sleep and hope for some kind of advanced VR in the near future.
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#358 Oct 09 2017 at 10:15 PM Rating: Good
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Double posting is easy when it comes from my phone.

Edited, Oct 10th 2017 6:48pm by Kuwoobie
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