Happy new year to everyone
Sorry for posting again, I've realised all I have done since being part of this forum is post and moan. I am posting again just to talk really. If I'm honest, this PA diagnosis (only was diagnosed about 1-2 months ago and got my second jab next week) is terrifying me. The only things I know about it are negative. My brain keeps fixating on the fact that it is a terminal, incurable condition, rather than the fact it is treatable.
I have always been quite a sickly person, right back from when I was a young child (I'm nearly 24), and I thought I had learned to manage whenever I got sick as it was so often. But for some reason, I am really struggling with this one and it really scares me. And I'm not sure what I'm scared of. So this isn't really a question, more of a cry for help to see if anyone else was/is scared, how they got through it, and any advice. Because if i'm going to have PA for the rest of my life (and hopefully that would be a long life), I want to know how to live the next 60-70 odd years with the condition and not being scared my entire life.