While Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin made the first manned landing on the lunar surface, Michael Collins orbited the moon for 21 hours 31 minutes.
Who we heard about the most, who we watched on TV, were those two men who walked on the surface. But what about Collins, the first in the world to circle the moon for that solitary 21 and a half hours? Did he feel lonely? Did he wonder what people at home would say?
Would any attempt at understanding him touch the magnitude of his experience?
We all have our own special experiences nobody will understand. They're just for us.
Today I'm going to show you how people form opinions of each other. When you see why they don't seem to understand us Meniere's sufferers (and why it doesn't have anything to do with us), you'll walk away from the hurt caused by the stigma of this disease.
This post is to give you the power to live in your own orbit.
This is how it works:
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