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How are you doing?

How are you doing?, Is the most common greeting besides hello, which is then most times followed by How are you doing? but do people really care how one is doing, or they say it out of common courtesy. Normally, the answer to that is ” I am fine, or well, or good” but are we really? Maybe for most who do not suffer from chronic illnesses, or genetic disorders. I still don’t believe that those who do not suffer are fine, well, or good.

Examples of single gene disorders. cystic fibrosis, sickle cell disease, Fragile X syndrome, muscular dystrophy, or Huntington disease. Single Gene Disorders. A gene codes for a protein, which does a job in the body. … A single gene disorder is caused by variations (or mutations) in the DNA sequence of a specific gene. The DNA changes affect the product that the gene codes for—usually a protein—causing it to be altered or missing.

A chronic illness is a long-term health condition that may not have a cure. Examples of chronic illnesses are:

Reviewing this information, can anyone having or suffering from these be “FINE” if you are reading this and you can fit into any of these categories are you really fine ever. Sure you have good days, bad day, happy days, sad days, but every day you have a blessed day. This is why from now on anyone who ask me how am I doing? my answer will always be Blessed. Because in all actuality this is really how I can and am feeling whether it’s a good day or a painful day. The mare fact I am able to answer this question I am blessed.

Charlie Wilson sings – Ask me how I’m doing, I’m blessed, yes
Living every moment, no regrets
Smile up on my face, I’m like oh yes
I’m blessed yes, I’m blessed yes

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