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Part 8: The End!!

Narratives play different roles in our lives. And in illness, they take on a whole new dimension. They serve as a source of hope and this is exemplified by Arthur Kleinman when he states, “each of us, even the most … Continue reading

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Part 6

I am socially awkward and prefer to keep to myself. I somehow feel threatened when it comes to socializing, kind of like I will be judged in a negative manner. My social skills are pretty much non-existent, it’s a wonder … Continue reading

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Part 5

During my early years, I was never really bothered by my hyperhidrosis. It did not seem to hinder me much except when writing at which time I had to either keep wiping my hands down on whatever I was wearing … Continue reading

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