I have MHS!!
I’m sorry to announce that I have MHS. It’s been diagnosed since May 2013. Someone asked me during graduation last year. “Were you under a doctors care? I replied, “Two times a week for the last 2 years. Actually, I saw specialists 3 times every Saturday in Philadelphia, and a field specialist every Tuesday in Harrisburg from August 2011 to April 2013.”
My friend asked what was wrong. I replied, “I was given a diagnosis of “closed mindedness with early-onset entropy.”
My diagnosis was described as possessing a mind firmly unreceptive to new ideas or arguments, and if symptoms didn’t improve, I was headed toward entropy, which leads to death of my system. Now the diagnosis made sense.
I kept hitting the ceiling, I kept hitting my head, I kept spinning my wheels. I continued being stuck at the same dead end jobs. The only way to get rid of closed mindedness with early onset entropy was to make weekly visits to the specialist in Philadelphia. These weekly visits lasted 8 hours or longer, and each session lasted 2.5 hours with homework and reading. The prescriptions consisted of healthy doses of Ethics, Skills, Systems, Psychology. The doses changed every 15 weeks with new doctors and specialists.
I heard terms such as “extrapolate, delineate, summation, ethical truths such as beneficence, nonmaleficence, autonomy.. capstone, target population, SPSS, the list goes on. These are words that I never heard before, but my closed mind began to open up.
Also, part of my deliverance was learning how to write scholarly and in a format I never saw before(APA), and developing marketable skills.
“At the end of the 2 years of seeing these specialists, you will have cured your problem and have what’s called MHS.
There is a cost for this, a sacrifice, but if you follow the prescription, you will have MHS. You have to walk across the stage to get it though. Let’s set an appointment for May 10th 2013. You will receive your MHS then. I must warn you, this appointment won’t be alone, as there will be many doing the same thing you are doing. ”
We were told to “trust the process”, persevere, make it happen. My mind has opened up!
I’m proud to say I have MHS!!