Saturday, January 19, 2013

Isolation

That's what I've been doing lately. Staying in my room all the time. The only contact I really have with people is through social networking and the occasional texting. Other than that I've been keeping to myself. Even staying away from family. I only like to sleep. If I sleep then I'm not in pain. I think the only place where I want to go anymore is to my therapist. It's just easier not seeing people. No questions or judgement. Nothing is expected of you. I don't have to get all dressed up to go out. I don't have to listen to people try to persuade me that their health or life problems are worse then mine. I don't have to answer questions about my health problems or talk about it. I don't have to listen to other people trying to push to get into my life. Most people forget that I'm only a teenager and I found out that I have to live with a genetic disorder for the rest of my life. Don't expect me to be happy everyday. I can't do anything anymore. I'm still young, I want to be able to do things. But, I can't. So life is just easier this way. I have friends on Twitter, my laptop, and my room. All I need.

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