"This is today's post from jonny on a new thread that jonny started, that I copied here so anyone can see the whole history.
Can somebody please help me ... i feel so screwed up
i gave up a while back when i was a vegtable for 3 m..."
"In the meantime read a biography of someone who doesn't have it to see if that gives you a new focus. I sometimes find myself living and thinking how a movie or a book's character was for a week or so afterward."
Thank you for the update on my post. I am going to look at the "Okinawa diet". Some of the things they say help prevent the disease I question. My mother was a librarian and read and did crosswords puzzles everyday. She was very active with the town, camping and school. My mother is thin, and I think her diet was pretty well balanced. So we were surprised that this has happened to her. It will be interesting what kind of response you will get. Thank you for thinking of me. Take care. I wish you well, and I wish you enough...
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