Being sick is the worst! I should know because my immune system is like that of a toddler, and being in arctic Minnesota doesn’t really help. It’s so frustrating and annoying to always be tired. It affects everything you do! Always nauseous, and short of breath – at school, at work, even just hanging out with friends.
So what is the solution? You go to the doctor, get prescribed a medication and get on that ASAP so you can quickly heal and get back to what you’ve been missing out on.
But we don’t always do that, do we? We know we should, but we instead think we can do it on our own. We can defeat the sickness without the meds. Or maybe we start taking the medicine, but then discontinue its use after a few days because we have deemed ourselves to be all better now.
In arrogance/ignorance, we think to ourselves, “The doctor doesn’t know what he’s talking about. I don’t need to take this medicine for two weeks. It’s been two days and I feel just fine.”
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