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Response to Aristus (Reply #4)

Tue Jan 16, 2018, 07:15 PM

6. The answer is rather simple, people give up hope.

Sometimes it is what "we" do. I have had occasions to give up, but a day goes by, and a gleam of sunshine gives me some hope. So, "we" try to start following the doctor's orders again.

When the pain increases, you go back to the doctor, even if you haven't followed the orders. You say why? Because after a while, you would rather not follow the orders..well??? maybe too much trouble. Too hard to follow? No one to help you ?? Depression?? Maybe other reasons, maybe one or another. Depends on the person. Usually it has nothing to do with the doctor, it is in the brain of the patient. If it were simple, it would be simple. And it would be simply solved.

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