I appreciate the relativity/relation (grammar and sentence structure have always been the bane of my existence).
My mom was not necesseraily in the medical field per-say, but she worked as a CSR in Medco Health Solutions for around 14 years before it was bought up by ESI. Even though, on the phone, she technically had to play dumb, she had to know what a lot, and I do mean a lot, of medications and what they do for both safety and insurance plan reasons before handing a patient off to a doctor to further discuss medications. As well, it is more off of being self-taught in a many of skills (my family likes learning new things) and the fact that nearly every member of my immediate and extended family has either a mental or physical health issue. So it kinda comes with the territory.
Also, if it is more chronic fatigue, have you thought of Epstein-Barr Syndrome? My grandmother came down with a case of that after tearing her rotator cuff about 8 years ago. Just a thought really.
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Post by LassyKongo on Oct 14, 2016 15:23:16 GMT -5
Knowing a friendship is failing but clambering to keep scraps of it together in order to stay friends, denying that there is any problem. Friendship is a two way deal, but that seems to not be the case with one of my best friends.