UK palena oihana i kena panic kāna hana kaumaha loa ia mea au i makemake ma ka naʻau, e hana i kekahi mea, e hoopau i koʻu incarceration
Ka UK mokuna oihana i kauoha mai iaʻu i ka i panic kāna hana i ua kaumaha loa ia mea au i manao e pili ana i kaʻu mau puʻuhonua, noi 'ole kekahi mea' ē ma mua o noho mai o ka hoʻopaʻahao, a noho i ka panic ho'āhewa wale.
If my arm were broken, you would help me carry things
My medical conditions–kaumaha, generalized uunu nui kāna hana, post-traumatic stress disorder, a me ka panic kāna hana–prevent me from accomplishing some tasks that I would easily be able to accomplish if I were healthy. Among the many things that I have not been able to accomplish, if I had help accomplishing one of them, I would immediately start earning more money. My life will not improve with help from other people.
Because of the war on drugs and because we under serve the health care needs of poor people, I have been unable to get the medicine I need. After I was able to get one more medicine I need, the positive effects on my life were immediate and dramatic.