Thank you— and this is a hard question for me to answer. I view most things in life as temporary. It allows me to appreciate more and at least attempt to take less for granted. This would include circumstances, both tough ones and comfortable ones— everything is always changing. Money, friendships, environments, etc. And knowing that things are always going to either get worse or better provides me with a sense of comfort and keeps me on my toes. I guess what I am afraid of is the permanent. I’m not good at dealing with health problems, even small ones. The fear of a terminal disease or being involved in an accident that paralyzes me is something I think about from time to time. I think it stems from when I had acute sciatica and didn’t seek treatment for it until I physically couldn’t walk and had to slide/crawl out of my bed and to a phone to call my dad. It really isn’t such a dramatic medical condition but being without choice and having to be in bed without being able to move for a few days was more than I could handle. So I can’t imagine how I would deal with a more permanent medical condition. I’m also extremely paranoid and nervous when it comes to my brothers. I think because I know that if anything were to happen to either of them, it’s the one thing that I can’t imagine ever overcoming. And the world is full of fucked up people, you just never know. I try not to think about it much but it still crosses my mind a couple times a day and it sometimes briefly affects my functionality.