We accept it because it is part of the world we’ve been thrown into.
Some of us, myself included, are even thankful. Being able to measure it instead of how things used to be is a huge improvement.
But there is nothing not weird about cutting ourselves over and over again to bleed on things.
Does this make you squirm?
Because I’M BLEEDING!!
So not normal.
I’ll do it again, on purpose, in another hour or so.
Manageable my ass…
158 mg/dl, btw.
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