Disconnect my internet for a while

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In summary, Pete is going to have to disconnect his internet for a while because of medical reasons. However, he plans on visiting the forums occasionally.
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Sorry if this is in the wrong place but I didn't see a forum for this.

This is just a note to let you guys know that I have to disconnect my internet for a while (medical reasons strangely enough). See you in the future ... when, I have no idea.

Pete
 
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Take care.

Thanks for some useful discussions.

rob
 
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all the best wishes

georg
 
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Wishing you the best. Hope all goes well! You're one smart guy. You definitely helped me to understand relativity better.
 
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Come back soon, Pete. I hope everything is OK.
 
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Thanks everyone. I sure appreciate the sentiment. As I mentioned to someone else the problem is this darn crushing anxiety. I don't know what's causing it so I have to do my best to try to figure it out. I'll be seeing a counselor to help me. But I have strong feeling the forums on the net are part of the cause. I'll stop by every once in a while when I hit the library.

This is a reall problem because many symptoms of anxiety are identical to or can be confused with Acute Myloid Leukemia (AML) which is the cancer I had. I had to go to the ER numerous times because of this. E.g. a while back I had a strange taste in my mouth - it was a tinny/metalic taste. To me that doesn't sound like anxiety. I always thought anxiety was a tight chest or something like that, readily identifiable. Another symptom is chronic fatigue. I thought this fatigue was a direct after effect of chemo.

The internet will be on until 9:00am today so I'll post a bit.

Pete
 
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Take care, Pete. I wish you well.
 
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Bye Pete, hope you feel better and come back soon.
 
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Hope the treatment works out well Pete; get well soon.
 
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Hoping for a speedy recovery. We'll save you a seat.
 

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1. Why would I want to disconnect my internet for a while?

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2. How long should I disconnect my internet for?

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