Thursday, August 8, 2019

Study finds many Southern Grandmas may suffer from undiagnosed Monogramania.

New government studies have finally put a name to the state of despair many Southern Women feel when they have multiple grandchildren in a short period of time. "Monogramania", as it's labeled in the ICD-10, is the newest mental health problem that often pops up when Southern Women have too many monogram jobs going at once. Symptoms of Monogramania include: depression, mania, fatigue, poor church attendance, and carpal tunnel syndrome. Healthcare providers ask that you look for signs of Monogramania in your Grandmother, and contact a physician if any symptoms present themselves. Don't let Monogramania go untreated, help is always available.

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Point Clear Supper Club cleared by control burn to make way for 80's themed diner The Breakfast Club.

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