i am sitting here trying not to cry. i just talked with my 28 year old daughter who lives almost 200 miles away from me. Her diagnosis of RA and Fibro were just confirmed!! I know I need to be supportive of her, however right now I feel guilty for giving it to her!! I logically know that it's not my fault, but why am I feeling so responsible? I want to tell her everything will be OK and not to worry, but I know what I have gone through and wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy. She has her master's degree in Sports management and athletics are her passion She has already had to give up her running program and also taught boot camp aerobics.Please help!!!
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