I find it devastatingly rude when people decide to give someone with a chronic illness advice on something that they are never around to witness. I will not get into specifics, but I will say that one day I might implode from keeping shit inside. Just because I am not dealing with visible diseases does… Continue reading Explain Myself Again Or No?
Yesterday, I took out my pocket calendar that I use to write down all appointments for the month. I was really surprised to see that I had only around eight days during the course of May that didn’t have a space filled out with an appointment. This is just a PSA to all of those… Continue reading Full Schedule
It’s 12:30 A.M. right now. I should be sleeping, and I don’t know why I am still awake. It has been two days now that I have just had so many different things on my mind, bothering me and really just getting on my nerves. First and foremost, I just think it is so important for… Continue reading Lots On My Mind
It’s after midnight. Most people are winding down, if not already in bed. I, on the other hand, am on my laptop visiting website after website on Sjogren’s Syndrome related groups and trying to find out as much information as I can as far as their role in the community. It’s very important to me,… Continue reading I’m Advocating For Myself
I just want to take a minute to say thanks to anyone who anyone who reads my blog or has quickly glanced at it to see what it’s all about. I sincerely appreciate with much gratitude those who have become followers of mine. I started this as way to get out my own personal feelings,… Continue reading Rainy Weekend, Achy Body
Today the website TheMighty published my fourth article that I have written about my personal journey with chronic illness/invisible illness. I cannot express enough gratitude to them for giving me a voice, for being able to speak for thousands of others who go through the same stuff as me daily. It makes me feel like I… Continue reading Thank You For Giving Me A Voice
So, I can’t really go into details, but I have a problem when my pain is diminished by others and blamed on mental illness. Why can’t society accept that MY PAIN is what has caused me to be DEPRESSED. My aching, never ending, deep body pain and the fact that I cannot do activities that… Continue reading Believe Me