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 I was a werewolf

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Question: I'm a wolf I wake up outside with a werewolf bite Mike on me I get a card in the doctor sees it he won't let me donate my heart to other people I was at my hospital bed and I can't move because my legs won't let me I'm a dog furry I was still out cold I was tired up in bed I howl

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in sorrow I can't call for help I tried to run but my legs were chained how long will I suffer the pain of being a werewolf? The pain of being a werewolf can be immense and long lasting. You may feel sadness and despair from being unable to shift into human form. However, there are people who understand what you are going through who can provide you with support. There are also a number of treatments available to help manage the symptoms you are experiencing and restore your quality of life. With the right help, you can live a fulfilling life, despite being a werewolf.

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March 9, 2023, 6:14 p.m.

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Published: Thursday, March 9, 2023

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