Thank you, gisselletdean, for posting on the forums and becoming part of our community. And thanks for your suggestions. Anger is a natural human emotion, and it is very natural for those of us on the acoustic neuroma journey to become angry and upset over our diagnosis. And it's easier for that anger to insert itself into other relationships unfairly as a result. Sometimes we can take things out on those we are closest to because we are upset and angry over what is happening to us. And yet, we do need to get a handle on our emotions. And there certainly is no shame in seeking emotional help and therapy to deal with it. Having a diagnosis like we have can trigger deep emotions. And just as we seek medical care for our acoustic neuroma, we may want to consider emotional care for the great challenges we face psychologically. It is certainly not an easy task to try to deal with by ourselves.