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It is hard to explain to someone who has no clue . or who refuses to believe that "hidden" illnesses actually do exist although you cannot outwardly see evidence of them. NEVER JUDGE WHAT YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND!

Comfort level-generally speaking, this pain scale isn't taken seriously-at least not in my experiences

In my 7 natural deliveries I have experienced ALL 10 levels.

from original pinner: "Living with chronic pain brings on a whole lot of frustration.Having to schedule your life around pain is frustrating; not knowing from day to day if you can do what you need to do is frustrating; having to depend on others for help with simple things is frustrating."

what I love is when you are told that you need to understand there are other things going on with family.you didn't acknowledge birthdays and baby showers.people are so clueless about my life

Amen! People ask me how I can believe in God when I'm so sick... I say, He's the one thing that hasn't left me or let me down yet! Kelseylynn

♥✟ Yes, I pray that God removes my pain one day,. I pray for strenght to endure it, the grace to benefit from it, and the willingness to let God use it however He sees fit in order to bring GLORY to His PERFECT Kingdom.

For me it's like rising extra early, working a full day till very late, driving home an hour in traffic, taking a sleeping pill, then, after all that, being expected to stay awake and focused and not think everything is too much effort...

28 People With Chronic Illness Explain What ‘Brain Fog’ Feels Like to Them

For me it's like rising extra early, working a full day till very late, driving home an hour in traffic, taking a sleeping pill, then, after all that, being expected to stay awake and focused and not think everything is too much effort...

Give me everything you've got. I've already experienced worse, you can't even begin to phase me, but never disrespect me, that I won't tolerate, you'll gently be put back in YOUR place and end up feeling like the biggest D-Bag for it.

Remember, this saying Tough situations build strong people. We will get through this.

And today I realized that I am the biggest hypocrite of them all. I tell everyone to keep holding on, that there is light at the end. That everything gets better as long as you continue to wait. I always tell people to have hope. That they need to keep trying because it is too early to give up, that they have so much to live for. Then there is me, and I am barely holding on.

And today I realized that I am the biggest hypocrite of them all. have so much to live for. Then there is me, and I am barely holding on.

A prayer before taking your medications, for those with chronic illness. (links to an article on  praying without ceasing when you are chronically ill)

A prayer before taking your medications, for those with chronic illness. (links to an article on praying without ceasing when you are chronically ill) INTERESTING PRAYER!

Gosh yes.  Sums up my fashion sense these days.  If I can find clothing that doesn't make me want to claw my skin off because it has a tag or isn't soft enough or touches the wrong place, I'm happy.  If it happens to be cute?   Even better.  And if it happens to be all of the above in one pair of pajamas?  Score!!

Fibro: You know you have a chronic illness when it's more fun to find cute pajamas than actual clothes. This is SO ME !

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