On Social Security Disability for Lyme by a lady named Danielle Copied By Kathleen Dickson on Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 6:19am See, apparently the Social Security Administration, who often vis…
…nobody seems to understand that yes, it is possible to be impossibly sick, and no, we would not choose to be sick if the option existed.
Source: Help Wanted: Lyme – AIDS 2.0
And because I loved them, I would not want them to empathetically understand as that would mean they would have to join me in my hells. Who would want someone they love to experience any kind of hell?
Source: Selfcenteredness of Sickness
its real. For Lymies too
Victimization Caused By Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue or other Invisible Illnesses
A victim is, by definition, some who have had something happen to them that causes pain or destruction, against their will.
We typically think of a victim as a person who was the victim of a crime like abuse, rape, murder, assault, theft, or fraud to name a few. Being a victim of a crime is a good example of being “a victim.”
But, what about applying the term to health issues? Is one a victim of some types of illnesses or diseases? If it happened again there will then the answer is yes. However, applying health issues to the term “victim” can be sticky because some would argue that health problems are a consequence of our actions. I agree with that. There are many avoidable diseases and illnesses. But there are many that, as of now, are not avoidable…
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excellent read….maybe i need to start
Journal Therapy For Fibromyalgia and Others With Chronic Or Invisible Illnesses
If memory serves me correctly, I have fibro fog so it doesn’t always, I started keeping a journal when I was about fourteen years old. I continued that practice almost daily until I was about 23 or 24 years old. Through the years I have started and stopped writing in a journal.
I do keep a medical journal at the present. But I am writing a lot lately and that sometimes over laps in journaling. There are six reasons to consider writing in a journal to help manage Fibromyalgia, chronic illness or invisible illnesses.
1. For Fun
2. A Legacy
3. Physical Therapy
4. Mental Therapy
5. Medical Journal
6. Emotional Therapy
Before we get into these six great reasons for keeping a diary, I want to emphasis that there is one rule to keep in mind. Just do…
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