I can’t believe that it has been almost two weeks since I expressed my most hidden inner feelings on this blog. I really have no good excuse for not keeping you all updated. All I can say is that for the last 12 days I have been trapped in an never-ending ocean of depression, anger, and anxiety. My short temper has ignited brutal battles between my parents and I. My anxiety and depression has caused me to seclude myself in my disgusting, hoarder-like bedroom because I don’t wish to deal with the pain of the outside world. I think what made my emotional rollercoaster even more turbulent was my visit to the rheumatology clinic at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. This visit was my second and though I do finally feel the impassive allopathic specialist took my physical condition slightly more seriously, I am still disappointed that I am lacking an official diagnosis.
The importance of a physical diagnosis is not only important to put my mind at ease, but it is also important for my high school. You see, the inflexible administrators at the school sent my parents a notice that I was TRUANT due to my sick days and doctors visits. As you can guess, my parents were absolutely infuriated but not at me. Instead all their anger and frustration was targeted at the school. My parents could not understand how the school could label me as truant when they have CLEARLY informed them of my health issues and have even sent a multitude of doctors notes. My grades are also incredibly good and I don’t dress like a gangster, which obviously does not match the profile of a chronic skipper. My parents are going to be speaking with the school administration in order to inform them once again, this time using some pretty strong words, of my health issues. Hopefully that will get them to shut the hell up.
Yep . . . well that’s all I got for you guys. I wish my life was a little more interesting so you wouldn’t die of boredom reading this post, but what can I say, I am not that exciting of a person.
Hope everyone is doing good 🙂 Stay strong and keep your head held high 🙂