Well, an alternative take on illness. No doubt the medication I was taking was causing me lots of symptoms similar to fibromyalgia. I'd say it's not a problem now. However, because I can think and project again my body seems to have remembered what it was thinking and projecting at 16! I knew at that age which office my body HAD to walk to to be sane. I didn't do it. Instead I did A levels because other people said and actually tried doing social anthropology at university. This course actually only re-affirmed what I knew at 16 about my health and illness, so was a waste of time. I had a second bite at the cherry when I landed an office job and finally started on my chartered secretary course. Unfortunately I moved to manage a bigger office before I had completed my course. Mistake. I was so busy dealing with my new job i never seemed to be able to think I could complete the course. I was running when I needed to have been able to speak. I needed to say "I'm a qualified chartered secretary" before I took on the new role I did. Then I made a mistake at work and got verbally caught in a legal situation. My training in social anthropology made me realize I had to see the situation out. I didn't , I chose to leave my job, mistake. My life went down hill after that. Although better from stopping the medication, the eye spell and body actions that is supposed to be my life , I won't get the opportunity to project again. So , now I am "awake" from stopping the meds I can't project properly , which still leads to discomfort and pains of a different kind. Sorry this post isn't about fibromyalgia. However, maybe it's useful to any young ones on here. If you take a step towards a job and it feels great maybe take it up. I tried the bigger thing and failed. I know many school friends who left at 16 and have had great careers. Be careful. One body, one projection , one life.