Tomorrow will be my second days check up in hospital . I didn't tell anybody about my illness.. I don't want to make them worries . but I just thinking, it would be nice if someone can hold my hand and says " don't scared , I'll be there for u ". So sad! :(

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If it's something serious you should let them know otherwise it would be too late for them to help you. What kind of sickness do you have by the way?

Always it is better to have your loved ones near you when you are suffering.Only they can help you.Please let them know about your illness & get well soon dear :-)

It is their right to be told about your suffering.  Go ahead and tell them.  You will see there will be lots of love for you.

Please DO IT!

Some burdens can't be carried by oneself.
Go ahead and tell them ... u r one of this family and they had to know.
I wish u spee recovery.

I have bad memory from the plane that you have.

there was one of my aunt son who was suffering from illness, as we live in Afghanistan and we don't have modern hospital and medical machinery so he went to India and Turky to see what is his problem, when he came to home he never told to his family or even to his friend that what is his illness. one night he fall down till his family toke him to hospital he passed away on the way.

therefor I recommend you to tell your family about your problem please.

At least your parents deserve to know what's wrong with you. Hiding won't make the things better but worse.

No Man Is An Island, remember that my dear.

Hi,

Let them know immediately.

Sure you've to tell them, It's a great thing that you want to be on your own....But we can't really live this life alone sometimes we need someone besides us....go and tell them.....

You can even call them, you need their love

we have Family for both happy and sad days, they will support u mentally, please share that with them. 

I hope & am sure u feel better sooooon :*

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