Monday, January 23, 2012
The Kafka Pandemic: Three things people don't know
"If you cannot explain the facts of late-stage disease, then you cannot explain the disease. If your explanation does not fit the facts, then it fails"
Good points! One of my doctors, after I presented him all the symptoms that proved it wasn't depression, told me "nothing you said made sense". Of course not. He was trying to sledgehammer these symptoms into his desired diagnosis and the stuff I was telling him wouldn't fit. In his arrogance, he couldn't possibly be wrong, therefore I had to be too stupid to know what my own symptoms were.