Originally Posted by Jim091866
I was 30 when I was diagnosed.
Thing is, so what? Right. We move on.
Einstein said "Either everything is a miracle or nothing is a miracle". yep....we move on.....why search for the match that lit up the forest (which was probably very dry to begin with or predisposed to fire by other inherent weaknesses )
i searched alot too (for years) and all the searching just let me blame something or someone when i now believe that the origin of the origin was some fear in me which then attracted the outcome. Not any single thing but all things together... Here an excerpt from below cited article:
"A related, methodological assumption is reductionism, the idea that if you want to understand whole systems, you need to analyze their constituent parts, starting with the parts' parts. With regard to particle physics, this idea has famously been likened to trying to understand a swiss watch by smashing it into another swiss watch. But in medicine, where clinical practice tends to lag behind cutting edge science by a few decades, reductionism still reigns supreme. So does what I'll call compartmentalization, whereby specialists with increasingly narrow areas of focus pursue uncoordinated lines of enquiry. This can easily give rise to dissociation, where the patient effectively gets lost in the shuffle of labs and chart notes. The forest gets lost for the trees."
pd at 30
-guess you are challenged to be one very patient guy! (ants are patient by nature!)