By Marilee Nutt
I am a disabled 55-year old woman in West Virginia who is having lots of issues getting a doctor to help me with my medical conditions because they think that I am faking it. Not because I am, but because in this part of West Virginia, the medical doctors are either uneducated or unwilling to change the way they think.
Let me begin this way. I spent 30 years of my life working, raising three healthy well-adjusted children, and buying my own home. I paid off a 30-year mortgage in ten years, because of working so hard.
Then in 2005, I was rear-ended by a drunk driver less than a quarter mile from my house. My daughter and 3-month old granddaughter were in the car with me. Thank God, neither of them was hurt. But I was.
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