Well, any advise is greatly appreciated. I'm lost and confused, and my therapist suggested that since I am familiar with DS, that I join this group. I know that I'm lucky to be alive, and that I'm more fortunate than a lot, but I'm so sad. It's not pity-sad, but what do I do now? Anyone out there understand? I can't look at myself in the mirror. I can't look down the bed to where the sheets just lie flat. I do just about anything to distract me from the truth of it all. I'm not a ballerina anymore...that's all I ever cared about. I was warned that it was going to happen, but now that it has, I feel broadsided. I didn't have time to prepare. I was delirious, and I blacked out, and when I woke up, my leg was gone. I'm sorry if I am frusterating anyone...but can someone talk? It gets easier, right? Please?
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