Woah, people, we are all wired right now, aren't we. Please remember that one of the biggest lessons in life is learning how to let go. Of your kids, your youth, and in the end, your life.
There are better things to be done with all the energy I see expended on this thread that spiking at each other. Haven't we got enough enemies already? Jesus taught us to love our enemies. Come on now, group hug, good things are happening. Let's focus on the positive, it's better for our health.
I'm really not 'wired' - I don't think anyone else is either. I'm afraid I'm an atheist as well, and have serious concerns with the idea of being exhorted to 'focus on the positive' (I've just read Barbara Ehrenreich's Smile or Die, which may have something to do with that).
No offence intended- but I think sometimes problems arise and they have to be dealt with, in all areas of life. Sometimes that means making objections and taking part in arguments. We are talking about some very difficult issues here, some of which are fundamental to ME/CFS politics and how patients are being treated.