Imagine that you’re a six year old. Out of nowhere, you get a puppy. It’s a beautiful black and white terrier that smothers you in kisses and loves nothing more than to play. He snuggles with you every night, and wakes you in the morning with a lick on the ear. For months you bond with that puppy and go on all sorts of adventures. You play Spaceman and Stardog. You play Cops and K9s. You make up your own games just to spend time with your beloved best friend.
Then your puppy gets run over by a BMW, that backs over him again and then drives away. You stand mute as your best friend lies broken in the street.
Repeat this for the rest of your life.
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Thank you very much
that was hard to read. because it’s true. thanks for your perfect insight.
I’m glad that you enjoyed it. Perhaps enjoyed isn’t the best word though.
i appreciated it, took it in, regained a better sense of self knowing someone out there also suffers.
I’m glad I can help. There’s a lot of us out there. Unfortunately many of us suffer in silence, afraid of the social stigma that comes with being open about the disease.
And I stopped doing that two months ago.. Thank u for ur courage.