A while back, I went to physical therapy for pain. Since I went for both knees and elbows, I was there for months. My physical therapist was a very nice woman who was my age. We became kind of friends. When I left therapy, I kept developing pain in my spots on my body (TMS but I didn’t know that then). I’d email my therapist and she’d give me new stretches and ideas. Eventually, I think she got sick of the fact that I wasn’t improving and told me I needed to call the office over email her directly. However, she also included in that final email that if I ever wanted to hang out and have a board game night, then I was welcome to email her for non-therapy purposes. (We had talked a number of times about having a board game night with her, her husband, and a bunch of my other friends. She was new to the area and didn’t know anyone, and we are a welcoming bunch.) So that’s what we did and everyone had a good time at the game night. Maybe one week after that, I discovered TMS and I never called or emailed her again. Its been about a year since I’ve talked with her. I feel really bad about that. She’s a good person and a nice person. Her and her husband really want a game group to play board games with and I have that with my friends. However, I kind of want to move on. It's been a year and I still feel bad that I just stopped talking to her. However, I don’t want to think about that part of my life anymore. Thoughts?