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Saturday, March 22, 2014

so I have a migraine....it's no wonder since I am highly stressed, pissed off, and all around devastated because I thought I was finally going to make some progress with my dr about my thyroid only to be told, oh, no because you are hypertensive you are screwed. Why thanks, thanks so much for wasting my time (I was 15 mins early and the dr was 33 mins late) and money ($35 copay and she wants me to come back in a month for another of these???). Yea, that will give you a migraine. So will finding out your best friends husband of 13 years is having an affair, helping him end it and helping him save his marriage only to find out he's talking to and told his daughter he thinks he is in love with the other woman....nice, really effing nice.
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  • JAMDRGN76
    I have hypothyroid issues. Nothing more fun than gaining weight from breathing more than eating junk food. Can you change doctors or research natural treatments.

    Your BF's hubby is her problem to solve. You can only be her shoulder to cry on if needed. You are dealing with so much more, you cant carry their marriage too.

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    2585 days ago
  • THEATERMAMA
    Have you looked in to essential oils. Iodine is supposed to help with thyroid and there are others that help with migraines. Even though you care deeply about your best friend, this is not YOUR problem so don't own it as if it is. Feel sympathy, maybe empathy but let it go. Don't adopt someone else's stress. There are many homeopathic helps for most things that ail you, It might be worth talking to a local recommended ND Naturopathic Doctor. The important thing is to not let these stressors give you license to eat -remember when God closes a door, somewhere he opens a window.
    2586 days ago
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