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Awww, cutie pie! It's ok to feel the way you do. I'm sure everyone has experienced this at some time in their life. Crying is good. "Those who sow with tears, shall reep with joy." This is what I recommend: Talk to your Dr. about what your feeling. Do you know how to do "deep breathing" exercise? It's like this, (at the risk of me being an idiot,) breathe in through your nose slowly, breathe out slowly through your mouth. Then, breathe in slowly through your mouth slowly, and breathe out your nose slowly. Then take a cleansing breath. Just let your nose and mouth breathe deeply, and naturally. What might work for me, may not work for you. Keep that in mind. This works when there's no other way. God bless you with peace. Anna
Hello bwain3. Welcome to the site. Its a gift of sorts, low tolerance to pain. People such as yourself will seek medical attention sooner, than later which can be a life saver of sorts. People with high tolerance to pain often put off seeing thier physican and it happens, whatever the ailment, might have progressed to a point where it is serious. Best of wishes to you, pledge
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