If you've been diagnosed I'm sure you know how in the beginning everyone swarms at you all at once. I was diagnosed in July with ALL leukemia, and from the moment people found out they didn't stop leaving me alone. It was overwhelming at first and I just wanted to be left alone. I wish that feeling lasted because now almost 6 months after my diagnosis everyone seems to disappear. Its like everyone got used to the idea that i have cancer and its a norm now. My friends suck too because they simply don't get It. I get kind of jealous when they go out on the weekends and I sit home and watch It on snapchat. School sucks too because I go to a small college and everyone has their group. I don't have mine because I was a transfer and was supposed to start this September. I took the whole year off. Also no one understands that its not just the cancer that sucks, its legit everything. I'm ugly now, my friends don't get It, people stop coming around, I can't even leave the house, I have anxiety all day and all I want to do is cry most of the time but I don't.