By: Stacey Murfield
In my 30 short years on this planet, I have had:
Over 100 heart attacks, 20 strokes, five brain aneurysms, 2 brain tumors, and countless other diseases that no one who isn’t a doctor should know how to pronounce.
I know every symptom of every fatal disease known to man (and have experienced each of them), and I’m almost 100% certain that with my vast knowledge of the human body and everything that can go wrong with it, I could graduate top of the class from med school.
And in case I haven’t made it glaringly obvious already, I have severe hypochondria.
Hypochondria: (noun) abnormal anxiety about one’s health, especially with an unwarranted fear that one has a serious disease.
Or in laymen terms: OMG I AM DYING!