I've been having this bad pain in my arm I think because of my EDS which is weird because I'm one of the lucky ones who usually doesn't have any pain and my BFF is like maybe you're gonna have a heart attack isn't arm pain linked to that and I'm like OMG NO. I best not. But then I was like I am a genetic disaster both my grandparents had cancer. But then I was like ok I gotta go watch this video for our online class now bye. The video is about dying of cancer. Why
"P-please don't stare at me like that. I get so...terribly shy."
I uncloaked from invisibility so that people on here WOULD know that I'm online... I feel so naked
and I'm so proud of myself for finding a properly censored version to avoid horrifying those who don't realize that women have bits that go there and find them to be some horrific aberration or whatever
“Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett
I have major issues talking to people about detailed in depth subjects. I prefer to read and get a wide variety of data and build my own understanding. My dad made me think about this because my brother use to be an HVAC technician and I am learning all about it, yet havnt even talked to him about it. I have just been reading alot and almost on verge of buying a manual D so I can learn how to crunch the numbers of ducts, runs, etc. I like more accuracy then a single person can provide. I am actually more comfortable with people doing the same with what I tell them. Find alternate sources and create your own conclusions and then we can discuss them and we may still go down different paths, but we have picked up bits and pieces from each other. With my brother, I don't see him as knowledgeable enough in the down and dirty details with the accuracy I am looking for. When I want to know what is done in the trade I go to him. For detailed understanding I go to more of an engineer. Both are awesome, but as a more of a technician, I prefer more of the engineering data to steer me technician wise. I am a technician because I prefer to do, not because I can't understand the engineering part of it.
Take what I say with a grain of salt, because that's all it is compared to the ocean of complexity when it comes to actions and real life.