After two years of being in a sort of constant state of illness progression it hit me yesterday, really hit me, how bad it has actually gotten. I've been living a sheltered life with my parents at age 32 for 2 years now. They do so much for me and it has become so "normal" that I've not actually realized how limited my life has become. I'm now going to get married in two weeks and I'm really scared about how I will manage! I had a dream last night about my illness progressing even further....and I woke up in tears. For those of you who have dealt with coming to terms with your illness....advice?
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