I recently moved to LA to follow my life long dream of acting. It's been very difficult with my fibromyalgia. On set the days are reallly long. It's very hard to make friends here. And my pain level is increasing dramaticaly with all the activity I'm doing. My husband stayed in TX with his business,so I rarely see him. I completly lost my network of support. And my family was aganist me moving out here. I never tried acting before because my mother wouldn't allow it, but after I got rid of the lymes disease and could function somewhat normally. I decided it was time to do what was in my heart for years. But the people here are not very friendly, and I'm feeling very lonely and isolated. And my fibromyalgia is getting worse and I don't have a dr. out here. I felt so desperate one night I called a hotline just to have someone to talk to. I don't know how to go about makeing friends here, everyone seems so into themselves. I knew it would be hard; I just didn't know it would be this hard.
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