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Anyone local have HealthPartners insurance? Is it not a terrible nightmare?

@june it's a terrible nightmare, but like, one that i expect. like the kind where you're late for school and then you don't have pants on and then it's time to take your history test

@june i guess i would downgrade it from "terrible nightmare" to "average anxiety dream"

@t54r4n1 i especially liked this "look, everybody is pretty terrible ok?" part of the workbook

@june I do. It is mostly good (for health insurance) in my experience, though until recently I haven't placed a lot of demands on it. And when pushed, they covered my electrolysis, so I don't know if that's terrible nightmare or regular nightmare.

@june I have had it forever, but haven't been significantly sick since I started paying for it. Seems fine?

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