[Image: 6-piece blue colored background with a Siamese cat with blue eyes. Text reads: “Takes pain medicine. In pain again thirty minutes later”]
[Image: 6-piece blue colored background with a Siamese cat with blue eyes. Text reads: “If I had to chose without food and meds. I’d chose meds. Without hesitation”]
Though some bread would be good to have so I could actually keep certain meds down….. So I’d have to figure something out there.
[Image: 6-piece blue colored background with a Siamese cat with blue eyes. Text reads: “If I had the choice, I wouldn’t change who I am and what I have. That’s the really weird part.”]
Actually its not as simple as “you do it or you dont”. Not everyone can “do it”. Some people have chronic pain and its enough of a challange to get out of bed, let alone work my ass off in a gym for a 1-2 hour work out like i used to? Its not possible for me (i have endometriosis and fibromyalgia), and for ALOT of people with chornic pain.
People like you and your blog are why people with chronic pain or even just chubby people feel bad about themselves. Just because people are heavier doesnt mean they eat crap and sit on there asses all the time. I am in physical therapy twice a week, im at a rehabilitation center 3 times a week and i go to school part time. I get up in the morning and im exausted and my whole body throbs, all fucking day. But i still do chores, i still do yoga, i still do something. I may not look like that or do the type of workout people my age usually do, but i do my damn best.
Id like to see you do what i do on a daily basis. because i DONT think you could. Plus id rather look like i do now, than to look like that. I dont want that. I didnt choose to have the problems i have. I dont choose to not be able to do things. You can choose to hate yourself to look like that, but youll still hate yourself once you do. Acceptance starts on the inside, not the outside.
Venus Williams diagnosed with Sjogrens Syndrome and Kim Kardashian diagnosed with psoriasis.
WHY DOES IT TAKE A CELEBRITY TO GET DIAGNOSED WITH SOMETHING TO BRING NATIONAL ATTENTION TO A DISEASE?
JUST ASKING BRO.
A valid question.
Unlimited sick time. No wonder they have no sympathy for the sick, elderly, and disabled who can’t work. Must be nice to not have to worry that you’ll lose your job over bad health that’s outside of your control. Not all of us were so lucky when it came to the genetic lottery (at least, the last time I checked, we don’t control our own ancestry).
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