How We Talk With Others About UT
How do you talk with others about UT?
For me, people tend to gravitate towards me and tell me their medical stuff…but actually, they tell me more about their kids than they do about themselves. I say things like “oh yeah, I used to have allergies…” and “yeah, i used to be super pale and not do well in the sun at all…”
If they just drop it, so do I. If they say “well, how did you do that?” I tell them, “you might think it’s odd, even though it’s actually really common, if you really want to know what I do for my health, I will tell you, would you like to know?”
Something along those lines. I don’t tell them unless it comes up, and if it comes up, I make sure that they are interested in having me tell them, so in other words, I kind of position things so that they ask.
Maybe I should shorten it, if they ask, even without the hedging of “you might think it’s odd,” I could just say “I practice urine therapy.”
In an interview that I haven’t posted yet I said “do you think that without significant, noticeable benefits, I would continue to do something as seemingly crazy as practicing urine therapy? with all the comments i likely get from friends family and acquaintances?” the answer to that is “no”
Coen Van der Kroon seems to have a very jovial resonance about the whole thing…sometimes i do that…but often i just feel sad. i feel sad for the people who are sick and suffering without UT. And I feel sorry for our society that currently does not seem to be taking a scientific or pragmatic approach to healing.
So everyone, how are you handling talking with others about UT?
I mean, it’s usually within weeks or days that you get the “wow, you look better…what are you doing?” question.