Thanks to all who responded to my post "fear of finishing tx". I feel validated on my feelings. Thru the responses I realized a few things. The people who are my support system cared about me before I started treatment-it just took this mess to knock me in the head to realize it. They will continue to care as well. I did realize that my thoughts were very selfish (but real). I know the people in my life have really worried about me and i don't want them to carry that burden anymore. I am fine and will only be better in the future. I want to be an advocate for hep c and get out there and make a difference. Maybe even thru my nursing career. Wouldn't it be great if the nurse one had to deal with really knew what it is like? ANyway, thanks again to all. I feel as if I have grown emotionally. That is part of what this group is about. I appreciate no one passing judgement on me and just understanding.
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