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The whole process of medical treatment is so dehumanizing. I think a big part of it is that the people involved have to find a way to remain detached.

They want repeat business and good word of mouth from their surviving patients. Most people don't CHOOSE to be alone--it just happens over the years, particularly if you are not wired to be extraverted.

You have chosen to live without friends OP, you will probably die as you have lived, alone. Had social services help me clean out my kitchen and get rid of ALL the food and restock.

It took me 4 months of therapy to get back to normal. I was in the hospital recently for an emergency, but only told family about it afterward.

I hope that your tests will find something really minor.

Whatever happens, let's take it one step at a time. It's like nobody told you the dangers of the internet.

The older you get (and I'm talking about starting with the post-college years), the harder it gets to make new friends--there aren't the obvious ways that childhood and adolescence provide.

Some people aren't in a work situation (or aren't comfortable in such a situation), where making friends from the workplace is natural. To OP: most hospitals have a social worker on staff.

I then set out to change my life and never go through something like that again alone. Unless it's unavoidable, it's better not to bother other people with one's troubles.