"[The victims] are plagued by low-grade fevers, aching joints, and sometimes a sore throat - but they don't have the flue. They're overwhelmingly exhausted, weak, and debilitated - but they don't have AIDS. They're often confused and forgetful - but it isn't Alzheimers. Many patients feel suicidal, but it isn't clinicial depression... Female victims outnumber males about 3 to 1, a great many are intelligent high achievers with stressful lives."
(Newsweek. Oct 27, 1986. p. 105)
These victims vary from many different religions, marital status', races, occupations and ages in life. These victims can be from college students to married couples. From ages of grade school children to grandparents. The stresses that cause these symptoms can range from a missed phone call to the most important, impactful decision in our lives. This undiagnosed disease has plagued our nation and will continue to do so.
What is this disease you may ask? STRESS! Most common in college students and parents.
"We must have the courage to be imperfect while striving for perfection."
"Coincidence is a small miracle in which God chooses to remain anonymous."