Feb 26, 2005
F=False E=Evidence A=Appearing R=Real
Just thought this was the TRUTH if I had ever read it! This applied to my WW days as my symptoms meant nothing but sure had them all. That symptomsofhiv.com site will be dedicated to me...the one who was HIV negative, but had every symptom at just the right time(read it somewhere on here, so had to get it, I presume). So, WW's, don't be suprised if your "evidence" which seem so real to you(i.e. symptoms) end up being a lil' false information you read on the NET!! For the curious folks here is my list of "symptoms" just to remind a few of you not to FOCUS ON YOUR FEARS!(sore throat, rash, fever, muscle pain and weakness, thrush, ear infection and finally the "pins and needles" from HELL. I tested negative..ummm, quite a few times!! BE WELL EVERYONE..GODSPEED TO DR BOB!!
Response from Dr. Frascino
Thank you for your post and the FEAR acronym. (FEAR = False, Evidence, Appearing, Real)!
Congratulations on your negative "quite a few" tests! WOO-HOO!
Thanks also for the "Godspeed." Will it help me type any faster??? Now that would really be a miracle.
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