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I would like to know everyones thoughts about VRT. Every website you go to seems to bang on about VRT. I have yet to read a story of someone who has put themselves through the misery of VRT and come out the other end feeling like their old selves (or as close as possible). We know doing VRT will make us feel vile but does it really work?
Do we actually need to do VRT? If we are going about our business, working, washing, cooking, looking after kids walking the dog, don’t all these tasks achieve the same thing as VRT? I can make myself feel ill washing up the dishes, must be something to do with looking down into the bowl. I can make myself ill stood at the cooker stirring a pot of food. Do you agree that this could be classified as VRT?
Would you agree that after 5 years just going about your business you would be subjecting yourself to things that make you dizzy anyway (which is what they say VRT does) your brain should’ve worked it out by now.
Someone please tell me I’m wrong but at the moment I am not buying into this VRT chestnut !
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