I don’t know if I’m just being completely crazy, but does anyone else keep thinking it’s going to come out that he had, or was being investigated for MS?
The hospital treating him has denied it was for depression, and rumours are emerging that it was for some unspecified sight problem.
He seems to have learnt something that he thought or feared would end his career. I keep having this feeling at the back of my mind that he’s found out he had something serious, and that vision problems in an apparently young, fit person might point to MS.
I know we shouldn’t really speculate, and it’s bound all to come out in the end, but has the thought flitted through anyone else’s mind, or am I being completely irrational?
I’ve never been suicidal as a result of my MS - either at the time of diagnosis, or since. And I’m not suggesting the vast majority of people would be. But if it threatened the career you’d dreamt of since the age of 14? Personally, I worked to live, not lived to work - I never had a job I was that much in love with. But if someone did, and it became apparent he was never going to be cleared to go back to it?