At 34 I have come to realize that this is not a death sentence but an opportunity to learn, grow and help others. It has taken me a long time to come to this but at least I have gotten there. I still lose my way now and again but i find my way back. To those of you confused or newly dx'ed. Hang in there for yourself and give those of us who can an opportunity to help. I give up all the time and it makes me feel worse. I am trying to be more proactive can you tell? We all have problems and we need support. There is nothing worse than the feeling of giving in. Not having the energy to fight anymore. But you know what? Eventually it comes back and you feel better. This is just an endless rollercoaster ride that you learn to treat and live. Think about it this way, most people love rollercoasters.
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