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Okay, you probably can’t get *even* with cancer by blasting cancer cells in a video game. But it sure does feel good.
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You may know your symptoms. But when you self-diagnose, you are essentially assuming that you know what your symptoms add up to.
My self-esteem is something to fight for and so is yours.
I can’t keep denying it: I am envious. I envy my friends, my parents and my little brother. Not a very pretty emotion.
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