Why doesn’t this shock me?
So, how many of us would like to harm him and tell him he doesn’t need anything for the pain?
I nearly bought their grain free food because it’s supposed to be one of the best. EVO was yanked off the market for some reason, so I am using a different brand, but I strongly suspect a lot of them do things like this. If it weren’t for the fact that the tummy issues disappeared thanks to the grain free food, I would think it was all the same. Lord knows it all smells the same.
This is extremely disconcerting. I haven’t lived close to a doctor in nearly 7 years. Two of mine are out-of-state, which means at least an hour or so, sometimes longer, one way. Forget refills, because they physically make you come and pick them up, refusing to put any narcotic prescription in the mail. Many primary care physicians just want to pass pain patients off to “pain management” places where you’re treated like cattle. Every single pain management place I’ve been recommended to had an enormous waiting list just to get in the door. I don’t know about all of us, but I don’t have 2-3 years to “wait” for an appointment. I could be dead by then! Nor do I need to be lectured about how my pain isn’t as important as someone else’s. Denouncing a person’s pain is a huge part of the problem here as well.
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Just read this and I find it fascinating. Special thanks to Sebastian Roché for posting this.
This article really put so much into perspective for me today. It’s important to be knowledgeable, grateful, and proactive regarding ones’ health.
Ultimately, we should all do research beforehand and make the decision that is right for us.