Question 1089

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11 Responses to “Question 1089”

  1. Kat:

    That by my transfering to university 2 hours away from my boyfriend will spilt us apart.

  2. Alex:

    I’ve been lucky enough to go to school on my parents dollar…..I am terrified of the possibility of letting everyone down and failing my classes and wasting everyone’s time.

  3. Susan:

    Right now I’m nervous about an upcoming visit to the doctor and the possibility that the diagnosis not be good.

  4. KK:

    My upcoming invitro cycle not working.

  5. Eljai:

    That looks and charm aren’t enough to save my ass.

  6. kookei:

    That he’s not the one. That it’ll all end the moment he comes home to me again.

  7. becca:

    That I’ll feel emotionally flat forever.

  8. jp:

    the possibility of not ever having the intellectual fortitude to thrive in the world. I fear that my memory is deteriorating and my cognitive skill are not as sharp as they used to be. It is evident to everyone when it takes me two hours to leave the house or find something as simple as my keys. I think the process they used to eradicate the lesions in my brain dramatically impacted my functionality and ability to compete in the work force. However I do know that some how by grace I manage to always bounce back and something good always happens before too long…it’s just very frustrating to have lost many of my cognitive skill that I once prided myself on and it scares me that I might have alzerhiemers.

  9. Navyshebee:

    JP~I just want to say hang in there…having a brain injury myself the frustration and feeling of not being as intellectual as you used to be is scary, I ponder and struggle daily, we will cope and move forward maybe doing things a little different. I have a box by the door for my wallet/keys and things i might need the next day as i run out the door , that i put there as i seee them. It was amazing that your possibility was simular to mine; I am afraid if losing my job due to this and since i am not able to retain short term and go back to school for a job that is going to support my family since we are on one income (mine).Best of luck..

  10. M.E.:

    Not getting accepted into med school

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