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That's how it is, unfortunately. Children get M.E., too, which is heartbreaking.

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This is from the American Chronic Pain Association Quality of Life Scale. The pdf is here: http://theacpa.org/uploads/documents/Quality_of_Life_Scale.pdf

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So am I. Multiple Sclerosis in not exactly a national security issue. Oops. You can look those up too!

I cried when I found this picture on FB, because it is so true. I never knew that driving 8 hours to see my husband would cause 5 years of pain, so far. I never knew something like this could happen.

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Spoon Count: 4 | Spoonies are people that live with chronic illness; theoretically measuring personal daily abilities much as one would measure the proper amount of spoons needed for an event or occasion... sometimes having an abundance, other times coming up short. Read more about the life of a spoonie here... http://mrsjeebyssurvivalkit.co.uk/2015/09/12/counting-my-spoonies/

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from Polyvore

My Normal.

At Covance, we are helping to develop new treatments for endometriosis and uterine fibroids. We can't do this important work without volunteers! https://www.covanceclinicaltrials.com/en-gb/?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=org&utm_campaign=healthy

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Unbroken: Embracing who you are and what you need

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from Bloglovin’

RA/RD really is a serious illness (Rheumatoid Arthritis Australia)

The picture says it all with the respiratory issues and my nerve issues I have from deployment.

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Art of Christy Grace: Endometriosis Pain Blog about my experiences with endo so far - with illustrations!

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Know the facts about living with fibro

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