I just dont know how to handle it anymore, I mean I was doing so good for the first 4 years of it, but ever since I turned 17 and symptoms started to show and affect me more [Im secondary progressive] i just dont know anymore, guess I just dont know how to handle it. I'm going to be heading off to college soon, [one that is three hours away from everything i know] and turn 18 on saturday and I guess just the idea of having to deal with this on my own, as an actual adult scares me. As childish as this sounds I dont want to leave my parents [who have helped me with all of this and are there for me at doctor trips and who were there holding my hand when I started the shots and therapy] to go off by myself and have to take care of this by myself. I mean, yeah I want to be on my own,, but I dont. If that makes any sense at all. I just dont know what to do or how to handle all of this.. any advice on what to do? Because I sure am confused, and even scared. I dont know, I feel like a baby these days.
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