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Princess, The Tower May 21
“It never stops. You wake, it hurts. You rest, it hurts. You move, it hurts… You never get used to chronic pain.” To the Person Who Thinks 'Can't Be That Bad'
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Rich Burton May 22
It’s easy.... Don’t judge what you don’t understand.
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Catherine Beavis May 22
When u are living with It is important to rest & to not feel guilty about it, & to remember that you're an amazing health doing the best you can. 💙
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Princess, The Tower May 18
”I haven’t had a symptom-free day in years. This is probably one of the most difficult things for people to wrap their heads around. is just that—chronic. It doesn't matter if I'm smiling, laughing… I'm in pain.”
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M.A. Hoak 7m
Replying to @hoakwrites
Why didn't my doctors say anything? Why didn't they tell me?
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Chesarae May 22
It’s really hard only feeling valued for how much you can accomplish in a 24 hour period.
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CFDA # Awareness 10h
Even the simplest childhood game isn’t so simple when experiencing a range of M.E. symptoms as Emma Manager of RedCross bookshop found out when she wore the awareness kit
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Ami Tricker ♿ May 17
As part of my blog I plan to raise awareness of disabilities/illnesses. Would anyone be interested in taking part in writing a guest post about your condition(s)?
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Margery Bloom 13h
Today is a "To the Pain" day. Thank goodness the seniors are done. My freshmen in Read 180 are so panicked about their other finals that we are working on those. They made serious GAINZ on lexiles and I love them. I have to survive a week
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Stop Gun Violence Now! 15h
Open work spaces with ohh fun yes ur cold is fucking up & infiltrating my immune system within HOURS-YES Im ALREADY sick from u on day 1 of u bringing it 10 feet from me YES I’ve talked to HR several times NO they dont GAF love having to move
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Terri B. Lawrence 9h
Eye doctor switched me From Restasis to Xiidra; Hooe it works.
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Sandra Slacer May 22
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Caylee Cresta May 18
is not always visible. We can laugh, we can smile, & we can hide it. We’re trying to protect those we & the identity we hope to maintain, but that agony never leaves. Pretending becomes as normal as the pain.
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Rheumatoid Patient 23h
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Rachelle Lawley May 22
The unpredictable issues of ibs and unusual intolerances. Madam can't have corn/maize which means anything with xanthan gum has to be scrutinised we can't guess as she is so so sensitive to it but also can't have standard ibs meds....
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Chloe Gibb May 19
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Carrie Ann Inaba May 21
Happy Tuesday! Today we talked about and how debilitating it can be. I shared my story and my current struggle with my invisible Illnesses. I have a few autoimmune syndromes and I’m currently in a pretty bad flare.😕
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luvourcaz 5h
Lady Gaga - Million Reasons (Live At Royal Variety Performance) via is what chronic illness looks like !!
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chronic migraine 21h
Replying to @chronicawarness
”You need to learn to fight that little headache, you cant be absent because of headache” - my psychological help groups leader who hated me bc i had migraine and she only thought it was in my head and that im faking
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David Williams (mowgli) 16h
3 yrs ago a seed of an idea, today after a quick check up Has raised £12,935. I thank everyone across the land that has donated or helped in anyway towards this total
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