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Jun 8

June 8, 2017

Is It Invisible Illness or Not Willing to Be Understood Illness?

Is It Invisible Illness or Not Willing to Be Understood Illness?

By now you’ve probably figured out I’m “sick.” I have issues with that statement for two major reasons. One, to me the word sick has always seemed so temporary. There needs to be a better, stronger word for what I am. But yes, I guess I am sick. I guess I know it. Grumble, grumble, grumble. Two, I don’t want... Read more

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Mar 30

March 30, 2017

But I Want What You Have- the Compassion Quandary

But I Want What You Have- the Compassion Quandary

MS, TN & chronic migraines cause me a wide variety of symptoms. Like, I could be here all day listing them. Among my symptoms are: numbness, tingling, facial pain, muscle spasms, limb weakness, dizziness and fainting. This is every day. As in multiple parts of my body can have all kinds of chaos going on, all at once, even. Try... Read more

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Oct 3

October 3, 2016

Chronic Illness Made Me Do It

Chronic Illness Made Me Do It

The list of words I never wished to utter is surprisingly long.   “I can’t.”   “It hurts.”   “The pain is unbearable.”   “I would honestly rather die than live another day like this.”   “I don’t understand. What did I do wrong?”   “I need more from you.”   “I think I might be losing my mind.”  ... Read more

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