i'm want2bwell, and i live in west virginia. i have 2 daughters and three sisters and my mom is still with me. they all support me alot but when they see me not taking my albuteral or not wearing my oxygen they get very mad at me and say i have given up, but i am not giving up i just hate the way i feel on albuteral and having oxygen tubes strung across your face makes me look like i'm sick. now i know i am technicaly sick but i have been trying to get a divorce from a very abusive alcoholic for the last 2 years and i find myself getting very lonely. i just want someone to hold me again and snuggle with. you know just a companion. but i think that most guys are going to look at me like i'm a freak or look at me like i'm already dead instead of someone who needs a hug. could someone please give me some advice on how am i supossed to cope with this disease and not spend the rest of my life alone, cause i would rather be done living if this is it.
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