Guest elyag Posted May 7, 2009 Report Share Posted May 7, 2009 We've talked about secondary depression and anxiety which can go along with dysautonomia with but what about feelings of resentment and anger? Just wondering how many of you ever feel that way? And I'm not just talking about newly diagnosed. I'm talking about still feeling these emotions years after becoming sick.For me, it happens as the weather gets nicer. I used to love the outdoors and was phsyically active. So as the weather gets warmer all the joggers and bike riders are out, I find myself feeling angry and resentful towards anyone who is healthy enough to hop on a bike and ride for miles or go on a nice long run. My husband just started up his weekly after work vollyball games with his co workers and while I'm happy he gets to go out and participate there's a part of me that's resentful and angry that I'm not able to join him. Sitting and watching the game is not an option.I guess I'm wondreing if it's normal to still feel resentful and angry after being sick for at least the past 11 years. Shouldn't I be accepting my limitations and just dealing with it? I do know it can be so much worse and there are people out there much worse off than we are. I never forget that and I do feel very fortunate in a lot of ways. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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