Right now it feels ridiculous. I'm 33. I know that people older than me are at work today, and it feels completely awkward.
It's nice, but it's going to get lonely quick.
It's necessary, but it's feeling very over-dramatic.
It's recommended, even mandated, but super irritating.
It's letting others care for you when you know you are perfectly capable. (I hate this.)
Honestly, this is chronic illness though. Isolation. Lonely. Over-dramatic. Irritating...
It's living with something you can't explain fully.
It's having restrictions that feel stupid.
It's trying to remember what you need when you feel like everyone else is judging you.
It's avoiding a sickness that is no big deal for others, but could ruin your life in one swoop.
It's a constant anxiety and worry and isolation....
Isolation is complicated and simple in one.
Day one has been easy and so, incredibly hard too.
I'm not a fan, because I'm 33.