my best friend has m.s. and has for 6 years now. i came to this group b/c this may seem selfish but i need some input. she can't work b/c it's very bad and i've seen it. she doesn't get out of her house. she is financially unstable and her family and boyfriend/fiance help her but she still ends up short with bills. i take her daughter to school sometimes b/c she is sick. her child is like my own and i'm so attached to the both of them. i want to help my friend as much as i can but at the same time i feel neglected at times. this sounds so selfish but i never see her unless i go over there and if i do she is spending hours of time on a computer playing an online game and i get little response from her. she says this game helps her escape reality when she is in pain and when i talk to her she doesn't really acknowledge i said anything, even when i need her. i'm not sure if this is all of the m.s. or if it is her. i can't distinguish my friend from her disease. i need help. i love her so much b/c she brought me out of a tough situation and helped me through a lot. i just need help. i hope you don't think i'm a horrible person for writing all of this she means the world to me.
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