is it normal to feel nothing (indifference) when diagnosed with leukemia ?
when i was 16 i was diagnosed with leukemia ( now everything is ok btw im 22 ) but i felt nothing i was indifferent.
they told me i needed the bone marrow (not sure if that is the correct word) transplant
my brother and sister did the test to see if they are compatible .
i received the news that my brother did match , and i felt nothing , while others were happy and crying.
at the end of the day i did not need the transplant. i did chemo, radiotherapy, and pills some injections but no transplant
every person has a different personality. i think it would be weird if everyone had the same reaction to something. i admit your reaction can be considered a little odd, but it's nothing abnormal (causing problems)
- Pam R
Yes. You are depressed and in denial
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