I’m 48 years old.

Job: Hobo

I live in Sterling Heights city (MI)

My fear: Agoraphobia Without History of Panic Disorder

My thoughts:

  • hum
  • trees won’t sing without beams

My info: XDR TB: “You see yourself vanishing and you think: I'm going to die”

Andaleeb Rinquest remembers the moment she accepted, with certainty, the imminence of her own death. And fought back.
Drug-resistant TB is a slow killer, especially when such infections are not sped up by an immune system implosion associated with HIV. The feeling of general illness lasts, and worsens progressively, for months. The bacteria slowly wear away the tissue in infected organs, usually the lungs. The body replaces lost, healthy lung tissue with scars or abscesses, resulting in shortness of breath, a chronic cough and bloody mucus.
Source: Groundup

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