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Hey buddy, hey buddy, oh, oh, oh good, cat! You sleepy boy! All right! I'll! Put you back down! My laundry he's chilling in my laundry basket. He's a freaking goofy chicken. This is a a typical video, but today was a pretty busy day for me and more than anything, i uh, i'm gon na, be honest. It's a little bit selfish.

I kind of just want to make a video to get some thoughts out there, because i've kind of been just bottling up all this stuff that that's been going on, especially medically speaking, but there's some other things that i feel like. I can't control that are getting frustrating and i don't know i guess i just wanted to take the time to talk about it. Independent of stock trade, youtube trade. This is just tray, tray man.

If this isn't your video, then you can click off, but today i had a rheumatology appointment and they're trying to figure out kind of what's going on with my eyes. You know i'd be wearing my glasses right now, but i am trying to look at this webcam and the ring light's, probably a little distracting, so we're not gon na do that, but uh we're trying to figure out. What's going on with my eyes right because my left eye, i lost vision. Uh a while ago, it's been a good couple months and we've been trying a lot of stuff right, steroid injections.

You can see kind of what's happening there. I've got some scar uh that started to build up here with this freaking procedures. They're doing you know giving me this prednisone shot, uh and now they've sent me to a rheumatologist, because i was diagnosed with something called hla b27. It's an autoimmune disease that can cause systemic inflammation in a lot of parts of your body right, one of them being ankylosing spondylitis, which you know is entirely different from uveitis, but it can also cause uv.

It's just systemic inflammation. Within the eye. Your autoimmune system will attack the macular part of your eye. It can attack the optic nerve, it can attack the retina all those different things and for me it was in the macular and the optic nerve.

Mostly, that's uh, that's kind of what caused the vision loss in my left eye, but today i went to the rheumatologist and uh. I guess it's just kind of the compounding of all the different things that i've had going on in my life that i'm a little frustrated. You know uh, i've got this heart problem. I've got this eye thing and then today i found out that i've actually got uh uh arthritis.

In my back they said that my discs are squashed and uh. It looks like there's some problems there that i'll probably have to deal with down the road, and thankfully my back doesn't hurt too bad right now it doesn't hurt at all. Really, i can't feel any problems, but i don't know i guess sometimes it's hard not to feel frustrated with this, this medical stuff, because i feel like i did everything right. You know growing up.

I exercised a lot. I i ran religiously. I ate religion, religiously. I did what i could to be healthy uh and you still have these things going on and i guess i'm trying to think of some sort of way that i can wrap this into life and uh.

You know what i can pull from it and what's appliable to things down the road, but i think if i could do anything right now right it wouldn't even be to take away the health problems. That's not what i necessarily care about, because i think the hand that you're dealt is the hand that you're dealt and you have to make the best of it. I wish that i could go 100 heads in to what i'm doing in life, and that's probably the other piece that that i wish i could that's probably the only piece that i wish i could change is. I do feel like i'm kind of stuck in this.

In between land right now, where i can't 100 dedicate myself to what i love to do, which is to to create a community and try to fight for something better for people's lives and uh, you know in a way i do do that with my full-time job. You know um, but sometimes my mind's elsewhere, you know and it's uh it can get tough to. I don't know you know i think about one day. If i wake up, because this is entirely plausible, i could wake up tomorrow in my vision of my right eye.

Could just go away and it could never come back because that's the same thing that happened with me in my left eye. One day i woke up my left left eye. The vision just disappeared and never came back. I could just go blind tomorrow and who knows what would happen? You know i i'd.

Maybe i can get the vision back. Maybe i can't because sometimes i tap on my left eye where it's where it's gone and it's came back over the last two and a half years, but that's not a guarantee, you know, i don't know. I i think this is. This is kind of what i want to make out of this video.

If you're in a situation right, i've got a buddy who texted me today and he said uh he wants to. He wants to freaking dive headfirst into trading and he wants to make that his full-time job, and he has he got a little bit of pressure from his job. Today they were like hey, we need you to come in. More often, we need you to work more hours, but he wouldn't be able to trade on the schedule that he is right now to be a full-time trader to do the things that he loves to do, and he said what do i do.

Man - and i'm not here to tell you guys to quit your jobs to not go to school to do this or that, because i think all those things have their places in people's lives. But what i do think is, if you're, in a situation right now, where you have to choose between doing what you, what what you love right, chasing a dream and that's different than being reckless right. You have to make sure you're in a place where you're able to do that. You're not going to put yourself in a worse position than you were before.

But if you have a choice right, a choice to make an impact in people's lives and stay where you are to stay stagnant to feel unsatisfied, i i would i would try and uh chase that dream man, because where i am right now you know the thing That makes me the most frustrated is not that i uh i have these health problems. It's that i can't. I can't give 100 of myself in the way that i want to it's frustrating you know, because who knows when i am going to go blind, i'm not stressing over that day, but odds are odds. You know with this autoimmune disease thing that affects my vision.

Who knows when or if it'll ever happen i'll? The thing i regret is that i wasn't able to step out there full time and do what i wanted to do to to make an impact in people's lives. You know so, if you're in that situation, where you don't know uh, if it's the right call or not, you know you wan na you've got road. A road b and road a over here is keep going down the comfortable path and maybe live a life. That was unsatisfying or road b is the one where you get to chase your dreams, and you have to sacrifice something else to get there right.

I think it's worth the sacrifice you know. Ultimately, this is how i'm gon na leave this up in life there's. This is how things go: either: a you're making decisions for yourself or b somebody's making those decisions for you, but either way you have to live with the consequences of that decision. Now i think about that a lot that was something that was told to me uh not too long ago, and it's been stuck in the back of my head.

Quite a bit is you have to live with the consequence of that decision either way? And if you have a choice, you know sometimes you don't get to choose whether you're making decisions for yourself or somebody else is making them for you. But if you do have a choice, are you comfortable living with the consequences of of what somebody else decided for you? You know if you are that's great, but if you're not that's something to think about, and sometimes you don't have a choice. You know i. I don't think i get to choose whether i can go full time right now.

I don't think i get to choose. If i go blind, i don't get to choose. If i, if i get arthritis in my back and something happens, i'll get to choose the heart problem, you know and sometimes it's frustrating it's tough and, like i said i don't know, maybe this is just me being selfish and trying to talk into the void, but Um, i feel like i'm always working 18 hours a day and it can get tough to to really say how i feel. Sometimes you know because i'm trying to be there for you guys - and i don't know - maybe i'm just trying to lean on you guys a little bit, but i guess that's what i've got so uh.

I was good in the hood a little bit frustrated. Uh things are a little goofy, we'll figure it out so appreciate you guys, hopefully you're having a good day catch on the next one, video coming out tomorrow as per usual and always much love like taps, light taps for sure peace.

By Trey

28 thoughts on “I just needed to talk”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Fxx S says:

    Just coming here to send some strength Trey. Keep strong and hope things get better for you

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars IKhan says:

    You're never speaking into a void. There's a huge community out there pulling for you.

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Andrea Robinson says:

    You are never speaking into a void.. We all hear you and care deeply about your health. You are so young. One thing you do have going for you is such a quick diagnosis. It takes most people an average of 7 years to get a diagnosis for autoimmune diseases, all the while, they continue to get sicker without treatment. Consider yourself fortunate to know that you do have an autoimmune disorder. This means treatment can help prevent it from progressing so quickly. Please don't think I'm downplaying your diagnosis. I'm just hoping your got the upper hand in treating it.

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars DiBird says:

    Hey Trey we are getting 100% of what you have to offer, life balances… we get it or should 🤗💜love ya… always focus on what you can control, even if there are consequences on what you can’t control!

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Lola Myers says:

    Look into the carnivore diet to help with autoimmune disease. Check out Dr. Berry here in YouTube.

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars marconi306 says:

    Hello Trey, 1st/Buddy I personally would like to tell you THANKS for what you do for many of us out there. You did NOT have to do ANY of that my friend. God bless you and your health dear friend. As I told you few times in the past, which I assume that among thousands of messages you might not even recall it, but let me say it one more time. Take care of your health man. Don’t worry about us (ape). You are young buddy, way to young, and you need to focus on your health my friend. We will NEVER forget what you did for the ape community my friend. Look, I never liked to disclose anything of my personal “life” here on line as being my own preference, but all I can tell you, I am more than double your age buddy, and there is nothing more important in life than your health. I would keep “the job” if I were you since your medical benefits are the most important thing in your life right now, and since you are in a military which by the way thanks for your service too Sir, but considering your health issues, I would not jeopardize that for anything in this world. Dreams, comes and goes buddy, but your health might not be as “achievable” as you might want to prioritize in the end. You did an enormous amount of great work and favors to us overall, therefore focus on your health more than anything at this point in time. Enjoy life too my friend, since these young years WILL never ever come back, keep that in mind. And the older you get, the the more you will regret and look back of what you have lost while working so many long hours. I worked myself 2 jobs for almost 10 years, and many of these or 80+% were two full time jobs. Yes I achieved many things in life, but there were “objects” that comes and goes, and never ever will satisfy you while looking back and realize that the most beautiful years in your life are gone buddy. Travel if you can, see the world as much if you can, find a beautiful and good heart soul mate in your life and enjoy this beautiful word love, have kids if that is something that your and your soul mate would love to have, etc. Therefore, unfortunately don’t think that you will disrespect or disappoint ANYONE of us. Life is short my friend, and make the best of it, while enjoy it but with limitations. I perfectly understand your “love@ for trading and lay it out there for us in order to pass great knowledge to many of us for the love of people. You are a good young man with a lot of great home education from your parents my friend, but in the end my question goes down to: Is it worth it the sacrifice of your health and your young years that will never come back?! Believe me, I was fortunate to live so far a very normal life, with ups and down like many of us of course, I would imagine. Been through in a lot of sad situations and loss of both parents at fairly young and/or early years in my life, lone and lost, broke and no jobs over the years in my life, but I manage to “get up” and “fight” while struggling and without losing “hope”. It was not easy, but I had my health as a fairly normal individual without health insurance in many situations as you might imagine while not having jobs, so I can only imagine myself what would have been if I were in your shoes at your age. Take what you want from my comments and apply any of you like, but keep in mind one thing, the older you get the more you will regret doing sacrifices that were NOT as important as your health and focus on your own personal life. If you have NOT find the perfect “love”, look for it buddy, since there is ALWAYS someone for someone out there, and since this is the biggest “fight” that you need to engage and focus at your age. These “people” don’t come as they used to many many years ago, when I was dating at your age let’s just say that. It was not easy back then either, but at least not as many “people” looking for a rich boyfriend/girlfriend, whatever the case might be. It was just pure attraction and love, regrettable thinking vs a modern days where each any everyone is measuring “love” pretty much in your wealth potential and therefore your “appearance” does not matter anymore presumable thinking. I still believe that there are still sincere and honest people out there, but finding these it will take time and hurt moments of your life in which you need to fight and dedicate time that you don’t have while your young life is being slipping though your “fingers” metaphorically speaking my friend. I wish I would have done many things differently in my life when I was at your age, and that is something that I can’t bring back unfortunately. Think about that considering your personal situation dear friend. I am sure that many of us here in this small world can say many thing, so don’t feel alone and talk about it my friend, therefore don’t you even worry about stocks and all that poop. I am glad that you open up and you let all your emotions and personal stuff out in the open. You are a brave man. There are many people like you out there that might not know that anyone of us can speak about personal life and perhaps get “help”, therefore might get a piece of advice that can change “your” life metaphorically speaking too. Cheers buddy!

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Ryan Stroup says:

    Take a break bro .. the best way to be happy to make others happy .. that being said GO SPEND TIME WITH YO MOMMA HOMIE SHE NEEDS YOU !!!

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars olfoogy says:

    Jesus is Lord……of my life…..win, lose, draw….He never leaves or forsakes…. He brings beauty for ashes, strength for fear, gladness for mourning, peace for despair…. He is the real deal and extremely real!
    See you in church baby lite taps! Much love and peace

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Thomas O says:

    Thanks for sharing Trey! Sometimes i wish i was a praying man, but i can only hope things sorts out for you.

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Angela Saucedo says:

    So sorry too hear this… no platitudes…it sucks and its' absolutely normal and okay that you feel as you do!

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars good buddy says:

    They always say people have compressed vertebrae. Read "Healing Back Pain" by Dr. Sarno.

  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars thunder says:

    You dont know me, I am 1 of many, watching you day by day. I never say anything and I never wrote anything but I want you to know that I hope you will overcome your health problems and live the life you always dreamed about. I wish you all the best buddy. Best regards from 1 of many.

  13. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Adam Izzolena says:

    Know this, regardless of what happens, you are amazing in the hearts of us that you have impacted. We are but a flower on this earth. Much love bro, hope the best for you.

  14. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Jake says:

    You're a strong dude man, keep your head held high we're all thinking about you!

  15. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Tarek Radi says:

    Trey, we pray for you man. We love you. Stay strong. Its ok that you cannot put 100% into what you love right now and that you are distracted, but you are distracted for the right reasons. Your health is important. Don't beat yourself up. Its ok. Stay strong my friend and build that connection with God. I wish you full recovery. Peace be with you, brother. Salam.

  16. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars jimmer lavette says:

    Trey, Always do you FIRST! In life people forget that! We understand and will be here Brotha!

  17. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Fayla7 says:

    Hang in there, Trey! Appreciate YOU. And sending prayers, good vibes, and love your way! 😘

  18. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Corey Johnson says:

    You made a impact in my life man. We are dealing with similar things. Its rough mentally but im here to talk to you.

  19. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Brittany Smalley says:

    As someone with a connective tissue disorder, I think it could possibly be the root of your problems. It can lead to multi systemic issues like you are experiencing. You should look into Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome/Marfans and bring it up to your doctor (rheumatologist or geneticist) if it makes sense; your doctor likely won’t consider it otherwise. Take care!

  20. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars lynda spencer says:

    God Bless you Trey … been following you since feb. you inspire others always! even when most would be totally unable!!!…I believe Gods holding you up..many prayers on your behalf.. Your in this community for a reason Trey..I believe the Lord is using you in ways you will probably never know or understand… dont lose heart, In our weakness God is strong….Trust !!! from a older Mom 🙂 much love Trey

  21. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Jamie Scammahorn says:

    That's a lot to carry, Trey. Sending you lots of good thoughts and prayers! You do so much for our community – we are here for you!

  22. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Rachel Moore says:

    Sending prayers your way. I know that these things sometimes come along and seem to if not knock us off our feet, then at least knock us back. I know it feels frustrating and you can feel helpless when there's nothing you can really do to change your circumstances. I've been there. Many of us have been there and we understand how you're feeling. The main two things that have helped me through these times in my life are 1) my relationship with God and 2) the support of my family and friends. Both are available to you and I'm praying both are a comfort to you as you go through these challenges. No matter what the future holds, I'm positive that you'll overcome and persevere.

  23. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars cindi meyers says:

    I have an autoimmune disease (RA). I've had it my entire life (I'm 64). I've outlived every doctors estimate of my "life expectancy"…30 was the first number, 50 was the second number, now they're saying 70. I've had so many issues because of and more surgeries than I can count. I was legally blind in 1 eye and not good in the other…surgery a few years back helped me. It's okay to feel bad and sad…BUT ONLY FOR A MINUTE. Pull yourself up and remember God is in charge and you're right where he wants/needs you to be. Good luck and sending prayers.

  24. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Scott Roebuck says:

    Trey I am an old Army 11B vet from the first gulf War Era. We have a few of the same issues with our bodies, arthritis in back issue with eyes……i would like to tell you what helped me. How can we get intouch?

  25. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Kathy Poelker-Kokat says:

    Just keep on… keep on doing what you know is your path and pray along your way asking God for guidance
    and direction. Pray for your health and know many of your online friends are praying FOR YOU. I’m one of them, Trey.
    Peace, my friend.

  26. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Elaine Lys says:

    I have tested for the same gene as u bro and I m suffering from an autoimmune disease on top of a slipped disc too. It will get better Trey! Stay strong and may God continue to bless u 🙏

  27. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Holiday Jester says:

    You keep me calm! Love you! My family all has autoimmune disease. PLEASE Look into MTHFR gene-synthetic folic acid vs methyl folate and methyl b-12. We are missing an enzyme in our stomach. You can turn your genes off and stop or have less flare ups. I follow an epigenesist named Dr. Ben Lynch. He has it, his wife and kids. He is online. Call your insurance company and ask them to find you a covered MTHFR Dr. your heart and eyes will thank you. In the meantime order some methyl b-12 and methyl folate every 3 moths new stronger healthier blood cells – it takes about 18 months to feel better. Eat liver once a week and fresh spinach every day. You may have 30-70 percent less ability to absorb nutrients. Liposomal Glutathione for your eyes. Its what mthfr people can not produce. Seeking health and dr lynch will get you going. Treat the root cause while you’re seeing a medical dr. Btw MTHFR people are amazing intelligent people. Your a super human!

  28. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Travis Trades says:

    I am a retired 1SG. I listened to your video again. Here’s your issue. You “want” to trade full-time BUT you have an obligation per your oath to serve in the US Army. Your obligation over rides your “wants”. The fact is you ARE helping others by serving. You should know this. Once the medical process plays out OR your term of service is over THEN you can do what you “want” to do. Get your mind right bud. Seriously.

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