Tonight, I had to fill out a bunch of security questions for a site. And all the questions kept asking about all these life experiences that normal people would have had, but I haven't had any of them because of this disease. Lots of questions about marriage and honeymoons, your first child, work questions, your boss's name, your first house. Just lots of stuff where it went on and on. And I was sitting there like, well, I haven't worked in over twenty years, I haven't gotten married, I can't have kids, and I've lost houses. I really didn't know what to answer to anything. But it was very upsetting to see the normal things in life that I haven't gotten to do because I've been chronically ill for like half my life. It just really hit home, what this disease takes away from you. There is no life. None. All the normal experiences people do, for those of us who have this severely, there no life.