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Author Topic: Invite  (Read 861 times)

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Offline RobT

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« on: April 19, 2007, 06:32:41 PM »
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I have invited my bf, Mike, here. Pls welcome him and explain to him that hurt that he caused me. I have invited him to this site in the past and he has not taken me up on that offer. I want him to experience from ppl that have first hand experience what it is life to life w/ this. I just want him to b better informed in this cuz I feel that he believes that I am making all this up.
When I got infected, I felt so happy that he went w/ me to my first doc appointment. I even invited him in when I went in to see my doc cuz I felt that if he is going to b my husband, then we shud stick to the "in sickness as in health" theory. I firmly believe in this. I just want someone to stick by me even thru all the "rocky" portions of my life. I want someone to comfort me whenever I feel down and depressed.
If he does venture to this site, I want every1...well ppl that know my pain and suffering (including the long-term survivors), to welcome him and explain to him the guilt and shame that I feel on an almost daily basis.
I am, myself, takeing steps to resolve this by seeing a shrink. I really need to. I feel more comfortable talking to a shrink that I have seen previously than a new one. She knows what I have going thru, as I see her everytime I go to my doctor's appts., which r now becoming less of an occurence as my health has dramatically improved since my initial infection.
Now, I need to stop crying and continue to do my homework that is due in a couple of hrs.

Rob


Current meds: Atripla
VL: undetectable
CD4: 630

 


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