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Re: Get Real! Phillipa

Posted by Escapee on March 11, 2015, at 21:11:42

In reply to Re: Get Real! Escapee, posted by Phillipa on March 11, 2015, at 9:18:23

Im quite confident that the word 'disease' probably derived from 'dis-ease. (Uneasy, not at ease, unable to be at ease). I consider all of the illnesses you mention are far far away from fitting the description of 'uneasy'. I would not be very amused either with anyone referring to my diabetes as a DISEASE would you?
Illness means what is says. ANY part of your entire being that is unwell, its ill. Sick. Any severity can use the same word. Mild illness (more of a nuisance really). Hayfever, dandruff, blisters, cuts and bruises. Next up could be any broken bones, diabetes (which is often extremely well controlled), eczema and psoriasis, food and chemical intollerences, moderate depression and anxiety needing medication. Finally severe illnesses like cancer, heart disease, TRD or any kind of depression that involves suicidal ideation, bipolar, schizophrenia, alzimers, parkinsonism, blindnes or an loss of many senses, lack of limbs or amputations.
Sorry thumb has a mind of it own.




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