Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Hypothyroidism Treatment : Still the destructive signs are there and must be heeded. We cannot count on great symphonies emerging from deafness and great paintings from a paralytic stroke. The conductor who has neuritis in his arm, the singer with his sore throat before a critical performance, the teacher with laryngitis—each gives evidence of the anxiety, self-doubt, or dissatisfaction with his work, which every normal person occasionally suffers. When the disability becomes frequent, or chronic, it may be more than an occasional self-doubt. It may be a sign of conflict taking a destructive direction.