where is the respect in the sugar discussion
am i allowed to present material i believe my fate depends on from mercola, msk, thomas and have a discussion here.
so someone disagrees, i am coming to this forum for support not an argument.
i get sweet f all support and gratitude here. its strange that some seek to drive me away.
have i come to the wrong forum ? it crazy that the sugar argument is running across two forums.
the selfish debaters have stolen the magic of the post and the information.
no one has watched the msk videos, bar two people, out of the 100s who come here.
some of the best cancer research out of a top usa institution and the debaters steal the show.
did any of the debaters, the non supporters "the sweet tooths" watch the videos ? no
so we dont have informed discussions, we dont learn as a community.
why does someone expressing a contrary view always have to get attacked here.
my suggestion, is if you vigously disagree with someones post, maybe pm them, if they want a debate. fine, i DONT.
maybe go start your own negative thread, I think its fair to flag all the non supportive replies. they completely side track the discussion.
this discussion clearly shows why I wanted to join a supportive closed colon cancer support group focused on the leading edge therapies.
the negativity here, the lack of positive replies really speaks volumes where most colorectal cancer patients are at.
they say a few rotten apples, spoil the barrel. i guess thats so on internet forums.
that emotional space won't change anytime soon.
so me and a few others chase windmills, clutch at straws. we gamble our lives so we might live, we share our efforts and our struggles and get
some support and also criticism.
so i am investing time, money and effort in the ketongenic diet, one day this diet maybe recommended by all oncs.
i want some support, if no support well maybe a peaceful silence, anyone who even supports me get ffwell attacked.
absolute arrogant cyber bullying.
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