On moderate lifestyle change
The secret to life is apparently moderate lifestyle change. If you have any problem, any problem at all and live the United States, it's because you're living incorrectly.
What they say:
Have eczema? Change your lifestyle you itchy bastard.
Obese? Change your lifestyle you fat bastard.
Diabetic? Change your lifestyle you...sugary or
Unedcuated? Change your lifestyle you dumb bastard.
Greedy? Nothing wrong with that.
I could go on. These cure-all books admonishing us for becoming one way or the other, or try everything can give some of us headaches. Not to worry, headaches can be eased out with you know what.
I suppose they are not such a bad thing, because sometimes these moderate lifestyle changes actually work for people. And living with any sort of problem is difficult. We're the society that tries to treat everything in the world, and I like it more than I hate it. It means we're striving to relieve almost everyone of any type of pain, pain which makes us cry, itch, and hate life. In this sea of happiness that we've created, we see a need to bring up those who are not feeling the enthusiasm endowed to us.
We care about you manboy with eczema who writes a blog to simultaneosuly avoid crushing amounts of schoolwork and relieve stress.
This may be a form of procrastination but it's a healthy moderate lifestyle change if only for a few minutes.