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dilaurodilauro ConnecticutPosts: 13,525
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:57 AM in Matters of the Heart


Here we are hiding and waiting for the beast to surface.

What is the Beast?

Snipet from Wikipedia

A beast could be any animal, but it is often considered something which is supremely uncivilized to the point of being cruel and brutal. Though an animal can control its behavior, a beast chooses to act rapaciously and even violently. That places anyone unlucky enough to be near it at extreme risk.

As much as this beast is a wild animal, there are things we all can do in attempts to tame it.

- Adhere to all restrictions and limitations
- Do NOT over do it
- Follow your medication plans to a tee
- Keep up with any exercise program that has been approved for you
- Most Important - Never give in to the beast

We cannot allow the beast to control our lives, instead we need to establish whatever we can to keep the beast at bay.

Now this is how we deal with the beast
Ron DiLauro Veritas-Health Forums Manager
I am not a medical professional. I comment on personal experiences 


  • Very well put together. I am hoping I cut an arm and maybe his legs off on Tuesday! (G) And you are so right (as I goofed), keep ahead with the medications!!! Whooaaahhh..

    PCTF C4 - T2, Laminectomies C5, C6 & C7. Severe Palsy left arm/hand.
  • I just LOVE everything you write Dilauro. You are a very wise man....and do I spot a new picture of you??? (from the vacation?)
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