About Me: Male, 29, Long Beach , CA, member since Jun 2010
I am a student at California State University of Long Beach, studying Family and Cosumer Sciences, aspiring to be a Family Therapist. I live at home with both parents, a little sister *15 years old*, and 3 dogs *2 yorkies, buddy and nemo, and 1 morkie *teddy*.
[More] I suffer from migraines, and have minor arthiritis on my hands. I have a rotator cuff injury on my right shoulder, tendonitis, and a cyst *i played softball for 12 years and was a pitcher*.
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