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Hey everyone!

First of all, don’t panic! Nothing’s gonna change about the comic. I’m NOT going on hiatus or anything like that. I merely want to explain my situation right now.

I want to talk to you all about what’s been going on with me lately. You might have noticed I haven’t reacted on comments as much as I used to before.


Believe me, I still read each and every one of the comments, but there’s a reason why I haven’t answered most of them recently. As you may know, ever since october last year, I’ve been having some health problems. Mental health problems, it turns out.


At first, my doctor had diagnosed me with stomach ulcers, which after some tests, turned out to be true. I was also suffering from having difficulty with breathing. My doctor figured it was caused by the ulcers, but also gave me some anti-anxiety medicine because I asked for help with the breathing issues.


In november, when I started the stomach medicine and anxiety medicine, it all turned better. We all figured it indeed were the ulcers.


In december, it turned worse again. I had been off the anxiety medicine for a couple weeks when it was slowly getting worse again. At the start of the year, I went back to the doctor and I’m now back on anxiety medicine and I’m in therapy.


Turns out I have something called ‘Hyperventilation syndrome’. I’ve been walking around with that for over 15 years now, and I finally know what it is. It has always been manageable, but 2020 was the final straw that broke the camel’s back, so to say. At its worst, I was unable to even sit at a computer for longer than 15 minutes, let alone get any work done. The meds are helping me function, but the therapy and coping strategies are what have to help me in the long run.


I’m relieved to finally have a diagnosis that explains the various symptoms I’ve been experiencing over the last decade and more, but I’m also a bit frustrated that it’s a mental disorder. It’s hard to “cure” this, and I will most likely have to watch out for this for the rest of my life. Luckily, I have a good therapist who has the same condition herself, so she knows what it’s like and what can be done.


I will definitely get through this, as I’ve always done. I might have to stay silent a while longer as I make the necessary life changes to help control this better. Rest assured that the comic will continue as it has always done.


Wish me luck, people! And all of you, take care of yourself as well 😀