posted on Sep, 14 2014 @ 10:43 AM
I've dealt with the public most of my life and I was good at it. I'm tired of it now. I don't know why I was so social. My wife hated that I could
strike up a conversation with every stranger I met. Very few times did the people try to ignore me and give me a cold shoulder. I can still do that
but my desire now is to stay home and have a more stressless life. I loved stress before, I ate it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
For a while I felt distraught because of the change but now I accept it as the new me. It isn't actually an illness at all, I have a right to be less
social. One thing I learned from being social is how people think. Many of those who are social believe that being private is a problem. It is not
a problem unless you let it be. I am not becoming more recluse because I feel inferior to anyone.
I do not feel damaged even though I have health issues that are said to be hereditary. I am a little paranoid of doctors trying to tell me I am not
healthy when I am feeling good while saying I am healthy when I feel like crap. I may be different than normal people because of these special
circumstances but I am not going to let them tell me I am inferior because of these problems. I have seen them treat my relatives and grind their
health down to a weakened state because they did not understand that the doctor was using evidence that did not apply to make his recommendations.
Now, I am not trying to be superior, the doctors are doing what they are taught to do. I just have a lot of information of our family history because
all along I asked my relatives questions about their health and had an interest in health. It just took me this long to get the time to research
To the OP. Try adjusting your diet to back when you felt more social. Look at what your relatives eat at that function. People who avoid foods
because they are said to be bad sometimes have issues, food is more than just one or two chemicals. Also eating something for health benefits can
cause problems, sometimes we do not have the enzymes to process the nutrients or the toxins completely in these foods. Ask your relatives that are
normal and ask any that aren't acting right what they like. You can learn from other people's mistakes also, remember that. Test this on yourself
with help from family members. Now everyone is a little different, I can't eat everything my brother does, but I do eat many of the things he does.
I get hangovers easily, he can drink without getting one. I have a shortage of an enzyme. All food has psychotropic qualities, some are stronger
than others. Very few people actually need medicines.
But here is the important part, if you don't do what is needed to fix the problem, you do need the medicines. Only you can find the answers you seek.
edit on 14-9-2014 by rickymouse because: (no reason given)