It's most likely just a fixed abnormality and there is no threat of health issues from that.
Actually you're more intelligent than other human beings if you ask me, sympathy for others is just an obstacle and in today's world altruistic people are mostly used by others. Keep it up! I feel you bro!
You should get it down to 120/80 or less. Lisinopryl at 5mg usually does the trick, you might even try taking cayenne pepper capsules.
I searched with the phrase why people cut themselves and I got a lot of good links.
I read through a few and this one looks like it might help you---
If not, try the same search I did and look through the links.
Hang in there.
Unless you learn tp deal with what is driving you to cut, you will keep doing it. You need counselingand you will need to use the coping mechanisms they teach you.
There used to be a time period where I slept 10-14 hours a day. I felt terrible.
No, the opposite happens. Then tend to have a higher rate of allergies. Here is a link that helps explain it.
More sleep I get, I feel lazy and lethargic.
At work I have uplifting conversations with a young man. Always so happy and quite the young gentleman. We look forward to our conversations. He's wonderful !
Yes, I do. I have a nephew. My hair has always had red highlights. Every time he sees me, he calls me Lucille Ball.
My mom has a first cousin. My great-aunt was a school teacher and later a principle. She knew since she had her daughter late in life she wouldn't always be there for her daughter. Many people would send their children to homes back then. She refused. She taught her daughter and then she helped develop … Read more
Nope makes you feel bad.
I had the pleasure of getting to know a few when I volunteered at the school. The sweetest kids ever.
I watched a friend's downs daughter grow up and see what a wonderful person she has become. She's in her 40's now and totally independent. She's the first one to give me a hug when I see her at a picnic or party.
No one in my family has Down Syndrome. In my younger years I volunteered/coached for the local Special Olympics. When my children are older and I have the time I will volunteer again. I had fun and learned more from them than they did from me.
My husband's aunt. She's in her 70's now, and forever young. She lives far away, but every time we see her, she's a sweetheart!
Not entirely true. It more or less depends on the quality of sleep you get. I feel better with a solid 6 hours of sleep without waking up than I do sleeping 9 hours waking up at least a few times.
No. Too much sleep can be just as bad as too little sleep! Either one will throw you out of balance.
No. Once I slept 16 hours on a weekend because I didn't have an alarm, and my family left grocery shopping. Woke up with a dry throat, and head hurt from hunger. Never again...hopefully.
And the other day I slept 3-4 hours and got up feeling okay. I used an alarm clock adjusted to my … Read more