I have been in a relationship for almost 2 years...long distance, we see each other every weekend. Over the past 10 months things have gone down hill, and I was certain we were going to end, but we decided to try to work on things. She started getting sick with all sorts of symptoms, I'm a very proactive person, and pushed her to go to her Dr., it's taken months, while I have stuck things out, but 2 weeks ago she was diagnosed with Lupus, Hugh's Disease and CREST, all autoimmune. Our relationship is still not happy, but I have tried to be as supportive as I can, I'm having these horrible breakdowns, I love her so much, but I know our relationship is not healthy, we live so far from one another, and I am unwilling to move to the remote location she lives...it's all become so complicated, my mind is a mess...I look in her eyes and feel so much guilt knowing that I don't think we can make it, that I don't think that we would have even if she had NOT been diagnosed with anything...but now it's so much worse knowing she's sick, knowing her life span is so limited, knowing that I WANT to be there for her....
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