Hey there. How are you feeling? I didn't realize just how lonely I have become until last night. When I wasn't sick I had a lot of friends and stayed in touch with most of my family. Years of illness later, I have one friend, most of my family has given up on me. Sure strange how people who are supposed to be there in the worst of times too are missing in action when that time comes. I guess that's why most of us are here. Anyway, hope all is well!
Hey there, thought I would take you up on your offer to chat privately concerning Lyme's. I know we all have our own opinions on how Lyme's is being handled. All I know is it's frustrating for all of us, and after being sick for around 12 years now I am so tired. Today I slipped and fell, pinning my leg behind me and I believe I tore my ACL, but being used to being sick and in pain for so long it isn't even phasing me. It just means more hobbling around!! Good times!! Thanks for all your replies, they are helpful. Please stay in touch.
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