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How we veiw and react to the Label is important

labeled conditions and what they may mean spersificilly to you as an individual

We will start with who and, what we are, not our so-called labelled complaints.

As all Health conditions that have a set of symptoms will finish up with it being called something or other, and that's fine as it narrows down possibly what it isn't, so labels are assistance to make an assessment of a situation of what is happening in general and with the addition of blood works and work history they will often create a good base for an opinion or at least a good starting point.

Unfortunately, when it comes to labelling people as a condition and expecting them all to function in the same manner as each other according to the label they have been given becomes a more difficult situation and needs a broader interpretation of who they really are as a person with the tendencies to have some of the symptoms of the label someone has chosen to call it.

So, let's start with who you are and how you react to what you do with your day and your life.

Do you love it, hate it, or somewhere in between? All will have a major influence on your reaction and behaviour that has nothing to do with your label but more about your lifestyle.

Almost all Labels relating to the person have become widespread as if by something we eat or something we take or do, or the way we were born, and in most cases, they are based on the symptoms of the problem and not the cause.

I will look at some of these over the next few weeks and see how we are able to react to them and what we are able to do about improving how we as a person are able to benefit from a more personal approach to it. We will be looking for your own personal input also that may help others 

We are not that Label

ADS, for instance, has increased massively since 1980, and before 1960 didn't exist, so how is this possible?

It's simply someone didn't collect the symptoms together until then, and it wasn't until the 80s before it was recognized generally; since then, it has become commonplace, and due to the variations of the condition, these also are having letters after the ADS .to clarify the differences regularly.

My prediction is that within 20 years, we will all have a labelled condition attached to us to explain who we are and what we have on a disc inserted into the wrist that will have nothing to do with who we really are but will control other's opinion of us before they even meet us.

So, what am I saying we do about it, well just use the labels as an indication of the differences between one person and another without necessarily meaning they have a complaint. 


If you were to put people into three groups

One above normal, two normal, three different, just how many of them would actually be so-called the average person anyway.

I am certainly not, and I have a few physical, structural irregularities that could be used to class me as defective, added to the family label that we supposedly have.

After I had been given a medical for national service in the air force, the examiner said that you have a choice and that I was, according to regulation, able to be failed due to certain structural irregularities. But as you have passed all the physical actions tests A1, I am able to Pass you at the top level, so the choice is yours. So, I'm labelled A1 and not defective. 
So, my view is it isn't the labels that will make you fail but often your own reaction to them. 


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