I havent been here in a few months. Ive been fighting. If you could take 3 pills a day and still get by, would you? Even if it made you a little uncomfortable? A little scared? A little anxious? Even if it meant you had to relearn some of your behaviors? Would you fight to have a little more you? Ive found over the past year that I can get by on a lot less medicine than that which has been prescribed. Its not always pleasant but I can do it. Through this Ive learned to be more mindful of my body and I regained some lost confidence. BP can be a form of rebellion. So I rebel against what Im told by doctors and fight to remain me. So would you fight?
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