I'd like to hear from others about how this odyssey has changed you long term. I know I feel differently about a lot of things, like how tough I am, where I am most vulnerable, how I feel about physical movement, different perspective on depression and anxiety, life and death. There is nothing trivial about this. Perhaps this is the silver lining to all of the suffering.
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