5 Reasons My Google Search Is Worth As Much As Your Medical Degree

Now don’t get me wrong, becoming a doctor is no small feat. You have to go through four grueling years of medical school followed by an internship and years of residency. Not to mention the literal costs involved, including the hundreds of thousands of dollars to go to med school and the opportunity costs involved. You don’t do any of this because you don’t care about people. And yet.

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Five Reasons Fatigue Isn't Like Normal Tiredness (Proving Most People Don't Get It)

When you’re dealing with a chronic illness, there are a lot of things non-sick people say that annoy you. Things such as, “Aren’t you better yet?” Of course not. This is a chronic illness, not a you-have-it-for-a-week-and-then-it’s-over-with illness. You don’t say that, though. You smile and say, “unfortunately not.” Or friends and family might make a comment about how you’ve taken a lot of time off work lately, as if it was your life plan to become disabled. Or they might mention that you don’t go out much anymore…because clearly you prefer to stay in laid up in bed.

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