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Yay for being done with treatment! As far as what is going on with you, I would imagine that this is a common experience, but even if it wasn't it IS happening to you and it IS real! Between the treatments and their affects, the emotional drain of dealing with a diagnosis like this (which tends to come out of the blue), the physical toll of trying to press on with life as close to normal...(it goes on and on)...of course you are having issues! It sounds like you are getting lots of clues that you need to slow down, and I know in my case, this experience has taught me that I need to take better care of myself.
My treatment has been different than yours but never-the-less, I have decided to take a totally different approach than I would have in the past. I am forgiving myself for not being everything to everyone all the time. I am accepting that sometimes I just can't or even don't want to, and I don't fight it.
I hope that your doctor supports you should you decide that you need some time for yourself (it sounds like you do) and that you are able to recoop and then return to your life with the same success and vigor that you had before (or more!).
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