About Me: Female, 44, walterboro, SC, member since Sep 2010
I am a divorced mother of three beautiful children. I've suffered a lot of abuse thru out my whole life. I am bipolar among many other things. After many years of wanting to go to college I've been attending a year now. I am gay (yes I said it) and since coming out I h
[More]ave been a much happier person. I've been with my gf 8 yrs now. With all my health issues she is always at my side. A cold cloth when the migraine hits and the vomitting starts. Clean my wounds when the worlds too much and I cut myself (yes I am a cutter) I just thank God for the positive things in my life. Thru chaos comes clarity. I've found mine.
hey I seen your post. I have a question for you. What type of foods have you aten before you started to see this happen?? any raw fish, under cooked meat just anything cause I does sound like a worm or a bug that you'd get in the type of foods you eat. Please get back to me k
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