Having this site, and offering my voice and support, I also sometimes share the raw part of being human. Who doesn't just want to live without challenge, to eat without worry? But then again, there are so many things that are worse----like the me before gluten free. I'll take this diet with a side of good health, thank you very much.
We all have those feelings, thus the purpose of me putting mine into words and sharing for anyone who cared to read about it. But there is so much more to focus on than the self absorption of, "Oh poor me; I can't eat what you have." And the biggest issue I put my focus on (and hope you do too) is all those still not yet diagnosed; the hundreds of thousands of kids who are living under a gluten cloud with physical and/or emotional/behavioral issues connected to gluten when all they need is diet change (or who live with a parent who needs to know he/she needs to be gluten free and a healthier family member.)
So feel sorry for yourself when you need to----then slap that pity out and move forward. Its not what we feel at the moment that defines us, but what we do with those emotions and how we make them work in a positive way.