My doctor always said that it's the barometric pressure that affects me, I agreed. He also always told me unless I moved to a place where the barometric pressure never changes that there's almost no point in moving. He's finally at such at loss about what to do to help me, I said I was moving and he said that'll probably be a good idea. Is anyone from the South Carolina area? I'm looking to find out more about it from insiders, I'll be moving to that state for sure in about 2 months. I'm really excited for a new start and devestated to be leaving the man of my dreams. Any advice from other people who have moved and left their lives behind.
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