I find that in my day to day my mind tends to look at things around me and how BP affects me. I don't always do this, but since accepting my illness I have more than I used to. Today, I wanted to stop and think about the people around us who do not have BP. I know they exist on this site, soley for the understanding and support of thier BP loved ones, and I see a few of them in my family as well. It can be a hard thing to understand, yet some people still try, and I think that deserves a mention. So I offer a round of applause for those supporters. Thank you for your understanding, and a round for the BPs too, for being there.
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