Some Things About Health Anxiety

My Uncle Jack was always certain he was sick. My parents used to make light of it. They even remembered when it started. Like my Dad, my Uncle Jack (Dad’s bestie) was a Vietnam veteran. They’d both served multiple combat tours and were both highly decorated. My Uncle Jack had the great misfortune of fighting in the siege of Khe Sanh in 1968, a battle credited with being one of the longest and bloodiest of the Vietnam war. He made it out of Khe Sanh and home from the jungle, but he was scheduled to return a year or so later. That return never happened. He got sick, and from then (if we’re to believe…

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