Originally Posted by BranchMonkey Yes. I'm playing more. I have some diseases: auto-immune, cervical and lumbar spine, a couple others. A doctor with whom I bonded fast, easily, said, "Don't take this the wrong way but if you were a car, you'd be a lemon." He meant my body, of course.
So, as I rearrange medications, begin to make some radical, necessary changes, I am also working on, well, not working so much.
It's hard, though, as I start something which leads me to another task. Then someone
Originally Posted by BranchMonkey Originally Posted by PNemo I have seen/heard that on the Big 5 personality traits, openness to experience generally correlates with intelligence. This concerns me because I've read that typically people who experiment with drugs are more "open to experience" and therefore are more intelligent.
The reason this concerns me is because I'm totally scared of drugs and alcohol. I'm 20 and never touched either that hasn't been prescribed to me by a doctor. I have anxiety about it and people who HAVE experimented
Originally Posted by BranchMonkey Originally Posted by Owtoo This is a rather difficult and painful thread for me to make (so pls don't bite :P) but I would love to see INFPs' insights, as always :3
What do you think of the sentence "You're not the person I thought you were"? Have you ever had it said to you or ever say it to someone else? Or anything of the sort?
I am cautious about revealing too much info and also about making the thread too specific to me and my own experience with this sentence, so I will try to
Originally Posted by BranchMonkey How I focus 100% on what I'm interested in, so earlier I opened a Care Package; someone sent me an old iPad, some tea, an old Sony Reader, and I got down to figuring out how to hook up the iPad, played around with it--never had one before; heard of but never saw one either. And all of a sudden an hour or more later I noticed my hands were freezing, my back hurt a lot. I had turned off the oil heaters, forgot about spine disease, and was having fun.
When I do what I enjoy, my body
Originally Posted by BranchMonkey
@mytinyheart - truly adorable, so here's for you: