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Well heck.. me TOO! But... that isn't possible for me. I accept my diagnosis and manage it the best I can. It's ok for me to feel sorry for myself every once in a great while.. but if I "stay" in the feeling sorry for myself.. THAT is dangerous for me and very unhealthy and can actually make my symptoms worse! So I don't.It isn't "nothing" to me hun.... I wish I didn't have it too... desperately sometimes... but I do. No escaping it. And yes I have had more accidents than I care to remember... BUT.. I choose NOT to dwell on it. ANd I was diagnosed around your age.. You are not "too young" because most IBS'ers are diagnosed young. If I dwell on it .. on the negative..... "wishing" it away.. that isn't healthy thinking for me. I can get depressed in a hurry if I dwell on it. So I choose to direct my thoughts elsewhere. I choose to think more positively.Everyone has the freedom to make that choice.It IS NOT easy.. I know that. It is difficult to come to terms with ANY chronic illness. So there is NO shame in seeking some help with it! If you are feeling too down about it... or struggling with acceptance... please seek some professional help. There is no question how hard this is... so please... get yourself some help if you are struggling. That will make you feel so much better... emotionally AND physically!XO
I just wanna be normal again ibs might not be anything to you but to me I hate it I'd rather have anything else shitty yourself at 26 is not nice!
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