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Day 2: Watch medicines reduce the symptoms

Hunter Hogan

Watch the process of buying the essential medicines I need and see how they affect me.

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Watch medicines reduce the symptoms, day 1

Hunter Hogan

I unexpectedly have money to buy coping medicines, and I documented the reduction of symptoms.

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Self harm

Utility knife blades

No money. What am I supposed to do?

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Watch a symptom

Person yawning

When I have excessive stress biochemicals, my body forces me to sleep.

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You are ashamed to be associated with me

Hunter Hogan after being attacked

You broke the social contract.

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I have US$50, what should I buy?

Medicine, food, or safety?

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ATM fees: poverty is expensive

No money

I pay US$1.50 to PayPal every time I use an ATM. I must pay a fee, usually about US$1.50, to the local bank to use their ATM. Therefore, I save money if I withdraw larger amounts infrequently. This hotel only accepts cash, I need to pay for tonight, I don’t have cash, so I must . . .

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The next improvement: coping medicines to reduce symptoms and increase productivity

With coping medicines, I can work on healing and making money.

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How food prevents me from healing

Burger and fries

I must spend excessive time and energy on eating.

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“If you feel suicidal, ask for help,” is a massive fraud

Fraud alert stamp

Suicide prevention is a fraud.

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