"I became hypersensitive to the point of being a hypochondriac."
“Three months after being told I was in remission I was incredibly depressed (not a shred of happiness for a year) and super stressed out that cancer would come back. I became hypersensitive to the point of being a hypochondriac. Every little tingle or discomfort was cancer. I was totally aware that I was losing my mind thinking this way, but I could not silence voice in the back of my mind. I started doing lots of drugs to not only silence these voices but also to feel at least an inkling of joy in what seemed like absolute misery,” wrote Reddit user WelcomeToTheZoo.