Every night when I go to bed I go with the hope that tomorrow will be the day that I will feel better and every morning I wake up feeling foolish for having that hope. But I feel that I must have hope otherwise what else is there? If I don't have hope I will… Continue reading A fool for hope
Category: invisible illnesses
When I lost my job I lost my confidence. I always had buckets of it. Losing my confidence is something I have struggled to deal with and continue to struggle with. It's not just something that you can magic back. My confidence was already lowering as time went on as I dealt with life working… Continue reading Lost Confidence
I think that it is really important to have goals in life even if you are chronically ill. My most important goal in life is to be the best mum I can be to my 2 boys. Being a mum when you are chronically ill is challenging. There are a lot of things I want… Continue reading Goals
I haven't written a blog post in a while. This is mainly due to my health taking a big decline. I am back to being as worse as I have ever been. Being chronically ill is a full-time job, even more so when it is at its peak, and if the world didn't hate me… Continue reading Full-time Job
Take us seriously. Please.
It is time to wipe away the stigma that Fibromyalgia and other invisible illnesses are associated with. I mean really, who would want to pretend to live in constant pain and be chronically fatigued all the time? I would rather live my life to the full instead of wasting it by faking an illness that… Continue reading Take us seriously. Please.