I'm going through a pretty nasty illness right now which means I can't do what I do, hockey. People don't understand that. Even my doctor doesn't understand it. He insensitively asked the other day if I was still playing and refereeing. Um, no. I can't work. I can't go to school. Essentially I'm stuck. I feel horrible right now. I basically am grieving the loss of my life right now. Anyone else feel the same way? I'm also feeling the loss of some (not all) of my friends and that really hurts. They treat me weird because of my brain tumor like they can catch it from me or something so they back away from me so I guess I'm grieving their loss too. Can anyone help? Thanks.
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