Re: Constantly on My Mind
I wish I could give you a big hug!
I KNOW how you feel and it is the first thing I think about when I wake up and the last thing I think about when I go to sleep. It's how you feel constantly so, I think it is normal to think about it all the time. When I had this four years ago, it's all I thought about, and I cried a lot too. I actually feel better after I cry, gets all those fustrating and scared feelings out. Just try to take a deep breathe and barrel through this. I know that's a hard thing to say when it's been going on six months, but it's important that you keep active. I'm glad to hear you walk a mile everyday. Very good.
Try to get the support of your family and friends, and if you need to cry, do it, let it out. You WILL feel better, it just takes time. Everyone has a battle to fight in life whether it be vestibular problems, cancer, ect... I don't wish bad things on other people, I never would, but realizing that there are other people with problems too, makes me feel like I am not alone. You are not alone either! I'm dealing wtih this as well, as are the other people on this board.
How are your symptoms by the way? I'm going on for my ENG test tommorrow. The doctor doubts it will show anything abnormal. Grr... I'll just wait and see.
Hope this message finds you feeling better.