Three years ago I had to quit playing ice hockey due to a fractured wrist and then later due to severe and on-going issues with my stomach.
I waws recently discharged from the hospital for pancreatitis and still am dealing with on-going abominal pain. This pain is an everyday thing for me. While having to quit initially
bothered me and even caused an intense amount of depression, I got over it. Well, recently, I’ve noticed that I am starting to feel depressed again and for the same reason (the inability to play hockey with my league friends due to illness).
I called someone from the league today to ask when the next game would be so I could at least attend to watch them play and then even asked them if they’d like to get together to go ice skating sometime. But I still feel the void that was once filled by playing hockey with my friends once a week. Does anyone have any ideas?
Please remember that I am unable to play due to on-going health concerns so suggesting that I just go out and play isn’t really an option.
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