Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: I Am One of the Millions Missing I haven’t written much about my diagnosis with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME), which most of you know as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. This is mainly because the two diseases that are most active in my life are Ankylosing Spondylitis and Fibromyalgia. All of these chronic illnesses have no cure. Learn more about my story with MECFS at MySeveralWorlds.com by clicking on my post.
Multiple sclerosis is an invisible chronic illness which will have a profound impact on your life and opportunities. But there is hope and you can fight it! Dive into an #MSwarrior archives to explore living with #MS and how to seize every day even if you deal with #MultipleSclerosis. Ways to stay #MSstrong and how to incorporate #yoga in your MS journey. #OurCarpeDiem #MSawareness #EveryRepIsAStep
Compassion or empathy seems to be becoming a rarity in the lives of those with chronic illness as they face pushbacks from coworkers and even doctors. Was compassion for the chronically ill ever really there? How is that people can be more concerned about a chronically ill person making others uncomfortable than about how that person feels?
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Living with the limitations of fibromyalgia is a fine balancing act. By knowing my limitations, I can protect myself and lessen flare activity. It's good to say no every once in a while. We can all learn from paying attention to what is and isn't good for us. Learn more about pacing for pain management at MySeveralWorlds.com