Hi Bri, I’m sorry you feel low just now. Like others I've been through RP then salvage RT and am having my last PROSTAP3 injection (for now) on Thursday. I feel very nervous about the future but am trying to enjoy life each day. In my good moments I realise that any of us can only live each day as it comes but then the darker time fleets in and out. Such is life with this ba**ard disease.
I retired at the end of September having tried and tried to keep going because my wife would get 3X salary lump sum plus 30% of my salary as a pension if I died in service.
I was advised (like Lyn and John were) that I would be better retiring now rather than later.
Retiring has been a good move, it has taken pressure off me and I have started doing things I really enjoy.
Travel insurance is still possible at a price I am (relatively) happy with. Holidays are so good, my wife and I love them.
My middle son is getting married next September, there’s lots to look forward to. With three sons my wife is over the moon at being invited to wedding dress shopping by our future daughter in law.
It breaks my heart to think I might miss some future family events but I hope to be here for a while yet...
Lyn’s advice is excellent. If you can, retire and enjoy life.
Best wishes for 2019 to you, yours and everyone else on this forum.