Yes that's the best ! But it seems that I'm not allowed to make the most of my 4-days-break... the day after the end of my exams, at 6am I was suddenly waken up by what must have been a kidney stone. In a certain way, now I understand better what patients undergo ... -_-""'
...wait, if you're suspending your disbelief that means you're upholding your belief. Which in turn is the opposite of suspension of belief. So if you break your opposite of suspension of belief, that means you're doing the opposite of the opposite of suspension of belief.....
The fact is psychiatry can be darned depressing if we don't view things with a lighter perspective.
We had an aggressive patient on our ward. He was so abusive to the staff that security had to be summoned. Two guards came, one's a small one, and the other bloke's a huge Irishman. The patient actually tried to take a swing at the big guy.
When the night staff told us what happened the next morning, the doctor nodded and said: "yeap, he's crazy alright!"
One of the first things that I learned in my middle age about visiting a doctor: don't wait to ask those questions about the little pops and squeaks you've been noticing as you grow older! It helps to be a good patient.