I so relate to that - but I did put myself in that position. When I got sick, I got rid of everyone I hung out with because they were nasty and cruel, I cut my family off because they were incredibly hurtful and my husband is the only adult that loves me unconditionally. I am very thankful for that - I could be healthy as a horse and that would be the most meaningful to me, but I feel like I have no voice. He's taken 4 days vacation and says oh! we'll be able to hang out! but he can come and go as he pleases and while I want him happy and I want him to do the stuff he loves (he usually won't unless I come along), I"m finding I can't keep up and I have really kicked ass trying, but I get so sad watching everyone just pass me by because they can do more than me and my needs just don't get met - over a year of being sick and been dismissed by over 10 doctors even because they can't tell me what's wrong. I called the suicide holing just for someone to talk to. I am sooooooo lonely. And no one wants to hear about it <3 to you HAk.View Thread
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