And here we are hitting Thursday how did that happen illness or not time slips by and I am ever conscious about keeping ahead, achieving stuff and juggling this mad life of mine. Sat once more in the spotty PJ's I read all the posts from this spirited community and as always inbeteeen the words I nod in acknowledgment that I have had similar or know how that situation feels..does that give me comfort to know I am not alone or make me sad that so many of us face these sometimes exasperating challenges. The invisible illness is the one I find most difficult to level. Yes the loss of words the dyslexia the inability to follow a book. The confidence swings the over sensitivity the tears. Not being able to organise and the chaos of mess. I could go on. Harder to treat, I think so. Harder for people to understand, for sure. But not impossible to live with, nor impossible to overcome, no. Absolutely not. Embrace change, rise up to challenge focus on things you still do well. Have some successes. I make a mean chilli, I can dance, I paint badly but I love it. I keep my smile. Yes I do.
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