Sick in the Head
I was just reading about Ulysses S. Grant. Nearing the end of the Civil War, with General Lee cornered, Grant was wracked with migraines, sores, and other maladies.
At the peak of his suffering, he was wearing poultices and treating himself with distilled remedies. No doubt he would have tried anything. Nothing helped.
Only when he got the news that Lee would surrender did all of General Grant’s illness fade away.
Strange how that works.
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