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5 comments

Comment from: Judith [Visitor]
Dear Suzanne,

Read your blog. Has your friend been tested for Lyme, Babesia or Ehrlichiosis [not sure of spellings]?

Judy
09/23/08 @ 10:14
Comment from: Suzanne [Member] Email
I don't know. That's an interesting question.
09/23/08 @ 19:14
Comment from: Italybound [Visitor]
Suzanne, maybe he's not a Hunter, maybe he's whatever an A would be on GTD. If that were so, I could see where all that high level 'everything' would do that to him in the long run. Best wishes to him.
09/24/08 @ 09:57
Comment from: Suzanne [Member] Email
It's possible. The point that interested me was that Dr. D. says that a characteristic of Hunters is to wind down with age. I want to avoid that if I can!
09/24/08 @ 17:07
Comment from: funkymuse [Visitor]
I think Dr. D means that the excess energy and agitation winds down with age.

I have definitely calmed and gotten more patience with myself as I've gotten older. I used to be so intense and off the hook. Now I don't need to anymore.

I think that's what he means.
09/25/08 @ 19:12

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