I think what stopped me, "What's Done is Done", is your name which is the line from "Macbeth" right after Lady Macbeth has persuaded her husband to kill Duncan,the king, so that Macbeth might be crowned. With bloody hands, he looks at her and says, "what's done is done and cannot be undone." Now, you shouldn't be reading a tragedy, "What's Done...!" Read one of the comedies of Shakespeare such as "All's Well that Ends Well" or "Comedy of Errors".
Lighten up on your reading because I am assuming that you do as much of that as you can comfortably. It seems to me that there was a man who had serious diagnoses in his life and he made up his mind that he was going to read only humorous stories to give him relief. He wound up curing himself, incidentally. So there's always hope, even if it's the hope of meeting people online who understand and do care.
You've chosen one of the best of writers' works to read, and I hope you will find enjoyment in that. Reading relieves tension for intellectuals, and it's something that will keep you alert
I'm extremely sorry about
the pain. Life isn't fair sometimes, and I
know that you must require strong medication to keep you as comfortable as possible. Stay well hydrated and do rest as much as
you are able.
Keep us informed about
how you are.
Post Edited (It's Genetic) : 3/21/2012 10:29:03 PM (GMT-6)