#FibroSux

I just want to feel better. I can't answer the question "how do you feel?" because I can't remember what normal feels like. From The World According to Lupus, So true

My secret talent is getting tired without doing anything-morning-coffee-19

Morning coffee

Life with Rheumatoid Arthritis, Auto-Immune Disease, Fibromyalgia/Chronic Illness, Pulmonary Sarcoidosis, Hyperaldosteronism.

Crohns problems--It is also extremely difficult to watch a loved one, especially your own child, suffer like this. I feel as if my hands are tied.  I'd do anything to help my dear daughter be relieved.

I dream of deep long sleep . I dream of pain free days . I dream of understanding . I dream of compassion . I dream of th person I was . I dream of waking up to my old life to find that all of this has been a dream and I am me again.

Chronic pain?

Chronic Pain patients tend to minimize their pain. pain *i don't really care about seeming normal. i just don't want my family to know how bad it is, because there is nothing they can do. no reason to make them feel bad too.

Awareness

Not Antisocial. Just exhausted from fighting a chronic disease. Okay I'm a bit antisocial.

Not all disabilities are visible...

Life with Rheumatoid Arthritis, Auto-Immune Disease, Fibromyalgia/Chronic Illness, Pulmonary Sarcoidosis, Hyperaldosteronism.

I can’t remember where I saw this but this sums up EVERYTHING.

Life with Fibromyalgia/ Chronic Illness. O how I wish people understood when you cant do something because you're in more pain then they can see.

Sometimes, all we need is to just know you are here for us. | 19 Things People With Chronic Pain Want You To Know

Sometimes, all we need is to just know you are here for us.

19 Things People With Chronic Pain Want You To Know (forgive the language, but totally true)

I'm a Doctor With Chronic Illness. Here Are 12 Things I Wish People Knew.

I'm a Doctor With Chronic Illness. Here Are 12 Things I Wish People Knew.

A doctor who has chronic illness and treats patients with chronic illnesses shares what she wishes others knew.

My invisible disease is more real than your imaginary medical expertise. Don't you hate unsolicited advice on #t1 #diabetes?

My invisible disease is more real than your imaginary medical expertise. LOL this is for all the family members that believe "they" know chronic pain illness is curable or not real.

I would be elated to wake up without pain. The rare occasion it happens I am pleasantly surprised

If I woke up in the morning and nothing hurt, I would think I was dead. This made me laugh, but is so true.

Most every day.

pots/dysautonomia/autoimmune disease/invisible illness/chronic illness - & don't miss out endometriosis!

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