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She didn't suffer enough, she should have been sicker, her mother should have been worse (and I'm not alone in this, there's other people who echo my thoughts but just aren't aware that they're hungry for the gore). Starved and drained of energy by back-breaking work on the family farm, Julie was taken from GPs' surgeries to specialists' consulting rooms as her mother excitedly sought medical explanations for her child's nose and throat problems, migraines, swollen tonsils, allergies, chest pains and irregular heartbeats. She always wanted me to have them and it was just normal for me to be praised for finishing a pack of suckers.
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This article discusses the various pain scales and observational pain assessment tools that are available, and the evidence to support their use. Młodej dziewczynie, oskarżającej swą matkę o chorobę psychiczną, czy jej rodzinie, która wciąż pragnie jak najwięcej badań dla swego dziecka, byle tylko mu "pomóc"?Julie is on her way to becoming a self sufficient woman and eventually be able to confront her mother about the pain she caused her. That said, this is really a bizarre diagnosis with devastating implications and the book is competently written, if not the best of its kind. Zaskoczyła mnie zupełnie, liczyłam na historię opowiedzianą mało poruszająco, ukazującą raczej suche fakty i opisy sytuacji.
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Here Julie provides a small extract from that interview, which appears on our latest episode of Extremes: a VICE podcast exclusive to Spotify. It is eerie to see her medical records and disappointing to see how medical professionals overlooked her explanations and implicitly trusted her mother.Born to “crazy” parents, Dan and Sandy, Gregory spent most of her childhood in the backwoods of southern Ohio.