"No he doesn't. He just shrugs his shoulders and walks away."
Hmmm...Ask his mother if he cries and stuff, is he angry? Make sure it's IBD with her mom and then next time you see him you don't ask a question, make a comment. You tell him you suffer from the same bullsh**t and you understand what he's going through.
open up then, he doesn't know you have the same stuff, he might suspect, but he doesn't know for sure. You
open up and he'll come through. Or something like that. When you do that, you need to "corner" him, don't let him get away. If it was me, I guarantee I'd make him talk.
I can usually sympathize with people who have other problems at work. lol. I get angry with them. And when they see I'm angry because of their condition, they tell me more, I get angrier and nod and stuff, shake my head then I tell them all docs are idiots and they can't find crap...man they feel good, I can tell. lol
So when I see her, I go...how you feel? Like crap, she says. I go, well, me too! lol
DX Ulcerative Colitis (pancolitis) - May 2011. (Remicade Max/6 wks, LDN, SCD, vitam.)
"Life is like a box of chocolates; you never know what you' gonna get. " by Forrest Gump
Post Edited (Somedude) : 7/30/2013 9:14:07 AM (GMT-6)