bros402 March 12, 2020 Share March 12, 2020 11 hours ago, DarkHorse said: I think it highlights again how he is not capable of social interactions and relationships. I think the writers have kicked an own goal here because that was probably not their intent. I don't see Leah as flaky. She likes Shaun but in the end is out for a good time and knows that Shaun will just be obsessive and over the top. She probably didn't know to what extent a good time was more important to her at first but has worked it out. And besides he kicked her out of the apartment all because Carly wanted him too. He is hardly a good friend himself. Shaun definitely needs a social skills therapist. Leah is flaky in a way that she plays off as spontaneous manic pixie dream girl. 9 hours ago, DarkHorse said: I don't think Glassman meant for him to tell her let alone shout it at her with a baseball bat in his hand threatening violence against her car! I don't think I could deal with someone like Shaun, always having to be so careful with what you say to him and how you say it because he will take it in the most literal and extreme sense. Given she works in the same building as he does now he is really courting trouble. She doesn't even have to go the cops she can report him for harassment and he is toast. I think he is impulsive himself though which is probably why he likes impulsive women. I don't see Leah as being all that extreme and I saw the woman the dwarf was dating as probably more humiliated she dated a dwarf and got cheated on. It appeared to me that she thought the relationship was more serious than it was to him. As cold as it sounds when you date someone who is "lower" than yourself (pun kind of intended) you think you will always have the upper hand. I'm waiting for Glassman to go postal on Shaun and all his B.S. Glassman needs to give Shaun a come-to-Jesus moment before Shaun goes over the edge and becomes completely unlikable. 1 hour ago, Prower said: The first drug worked great. The only problem was nausea. You'd think they could wait a few weeks, see if the sideffect subsides on its own, if that doesn't work, try a related drug, or if all else fails, manage the nausea with a different drug. It's often the case with severe illnesses, that you have to manage a drugs sideeffect with other drugs. As long as it works and doesn't cause any other bad sideeffects, no biggy. You'd certainly try all of that before you go to "Imma gonna go and cut out all of my joints, ya'll!". I'm with @Suzysite . Who writes this shit? And the nausea with MTX can be managed in most patients - usually with anti-emetic drugs such as Zofran. Some patients can also take a Folic acid supplement every day except the day before and day of the MTX dose - which has been known to help with side effects. RA is a very researched illness, she has many more options than two drugs - if they wanted to have a super high risk thing like "let's cut out my joints so in 5-10 years my bones are grinding on each other line teens at the prom" they should have at least had their medical consultants come up with something rarer where the next line of treatment would be that - or she wouldn't want to do the next line because it would be too noticeable, or something 5 Link to comment
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