Diagnosis Opened My Eyes to the Importance of Community

Diagnosis Opened My Eyes to the Importance of Community

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Diagnosis Opened My Eyes to the Importance of Community

I’ve always been a bit of a loner. Even before I was diagnosed with myasthenia gravis (MG), I tended to keep to myself. As I stated in a previous column, privacy has always been important to me. We could dive into my psyche and analyze why I prefer to keep parts of myself hidden, but that’s a far more appropriate job for a psychologist. Nevertheless, I still enjoy being a loner. But as I’ve grown…

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