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spazz insurance

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Sometimes those stricken with anxiety can folow safety regulations to the letter only to react in a spastic, forgetful, or distracted manner in a moment of panic.

While such conduct would be atributed as negligence or lack of due care to normally wired individuals. Anxiety is a legitimate medical condition those who are diagnosed should have the option of protection though a kind of "spaz insurance" which would allow them to be financialy protected in times emotional arousal.

bob, Jul 29 2017

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       Interesting use of grammar.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 29 2017
  

       Thanks max! i didnt even know i was using any.
bob, Jul 29 2017
  

       Ah. I sense an edit. Still, interesting use of spelling.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jul 29 2017
  

       I sense a great disturbance in the force - like - thousands of vowels and consonants crying out for a second .... and then -
normzone, Jul 29 2017
  

       ... all the vowels disappeared and you realized you were trying to read welsh.
8th of 7, Jul 29 2017
  

       I wonder if the Dead Sea Scrolls also had sentence fragments when they were written?
RayfordSteele, Jul 29 2017
  

       You know the majority of comunication is non-verbal? if you cant understand what im saying at ive got a few hand gestures that might help.
bob, Jul 29 2017
  

       (+) ...but insurance won't help spazzing out from anxiety. It might help with some of the financial aspects of various spazzes but in the end it won't stop people from looking at you funny.
Anxiety and panic attacks can be overcome but, from my experience, you have to acknowledge where they come from and recognise that it is quite separate from the self in order to even have any bargaining chips in the matter, and meds just delay the inevitable.
  

       As far as I can tell, every one of us has two very separate, very distinct minds.
One waking and one sleeping.
When the sleeping-you wakes up while the waking-you isn't sleeping... it doesn't ever really go back to sleep again.
It tries to assert dominance. Why not right? It's run your back-house for you your entire life, has all of your memories, and has abilities far beyond what the conscious mind is capable of.
It lives vicariously through us and, no matter what age you are when it wakes up, it's like a newborn. No reason yet, just emotional responses.
The shit will tear you apart if it isn't given the recognition it is, in it's mind, (your mind), rightfully due.
If you can do that.
If you can make friends with it, it will teach you things you couldn't have figured out on your own. Fight with it... and you might as well be naked porcupine wrestling for all the good it'll do you... or at least it's been my experience that every person I've seen fight their own subconscious has ended up bi-polar, schizophrenic, or an addict.
  

       Anxiety sucks ass, and this stuff really needs to be taught at a young age. Only way I got through it was by extrapolating the negatives from the examples I got to see growing up.
forewarned is forearmed right?
For myself I jumped down it's throat, made it show me what it could do to me, and won it's respect. Maybe there's other ways but I don't know them.
  

       Best of luck eh.   

       Can I bet, whoops, I mean insure, the otherway? If it is the perfect and correct moment for a spazz and I don't, can I get a big pay out?
wjt, Jul 30 2017
  

       + what are the conditions for payout?
vfrackis, Aug 07 2017
  
      
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