Annoying TV interview

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by QuayMan, Jan 28, 2010.

  1. QuayMan

    QuayMan Member

    Even though this doctor tries to be sympathetic, I found it annoying. i.e.

    It would have quite a big viewership - probably hundreds of thousands?

    If people could post comments under it, it'd be great.

    She says near the end: "what we need to concentrate on is getting back to a normal life" or something like that, which gives away where she is coming from.

    With enough complaints, they might have a patient or carer on to cover the topic better.

    [This Message was Edited on 01/29/2010]
  2. TeaBisqit

    TeaBisqit Member

    There is no way to have any kind of life from this disease for those of us who have it severe. I would give anything to have a normal life, but I can barely do anything at all most of the time. And it's not going away, if it hasn't gone away on me in nineteen years, I think we can pretty much forget it at this point.
  3. QuayMan

    QuayMan Member

    Exactly TeaBisqit.
    If you could make that point on the site, it'd be great.

    There are 9 comments from 7 people. I think having the number of commentators in double-figures might make more of an impression.

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