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I'm 28 years old and my life is over.

When I was 3 I got a malignant brain-tumor and I was given adult doses of chemotherapy and while I survived, I lost my hair at the back of my head.

Because of this, I shied away from most social interactions to avoid the abuse and name calling from others. I was afraid of talking to people so never had any close friends.

At 19, I had a second brain-tumor and while I survived again, I didn't care anymore. And a lot of the fear that I had kept in for years was now turning to anger, and I built up quite a distorted view of the world.

Now at 28, because of the path I've chosen, I can't interact with people and I have serious trust issues. I have health problems where I suffer from constant nausea making studying courses really hard.

I don't believe in suicide, but I really think it's the only logical choice for me.

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replied May 14th, 2010
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Thanks for using this forum........

I have seen many patients like you,and would like to tell you that though they are always sidelined in society all of them are real fighters..Only you know the pain and how to deal with it...which many of the adults cannot even imagine..But I would like to add given a choice even a day of perfect happiness is more than a thousand lifetimes..Get yourself up and do something for others suffering like you and you will feel warm..There is a meaning of Life for everyone around...Dont stop the fight,people want to help you...

take care...

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