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When I read all the comments here every day the one that stands out for me is the fact that over the last 2years is that it takes your personality away.
with most illnesses the real person stays with them,but with M E it slowly drains you as person.
when I look in the mirror it is not me that looks back....Debbbie has finally left and been replaced with someone who is looking older, does not laugh and the thought of socialising scares me, I only go out with my husband to the supermarket once a week, up till 3moths ago I could not even do that as I started having panic attacks when out.
i have a fantastic husband who works hard all week and does all the house hold jobs ie cleaning washing cooking so that has been taken away too.
The doctor said she would come back,I use to see her in the distance but she has left and the person I am I do not like.
does anyone else feel like this or is it just me
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I think maybe another visit to the doctors and tell him how you feel let it all out, I sat in his office crying and said all that was wrong and then said to him even I know some thing is going on so please please help me, he then sat up and listened. Appointments were made for me to be seen alsorts of doctors and 3moths later I had a diagnoses , so chin up and I know it will not be easy but you have to push and scream until they help you
I really hope you all get better and I hope I do too! I feel a lot more hopeful today. If the Vitamin D works, I will let you all know, I will list my symptoms and how much Vit D I had to take and for now long in the hope it will help someone else... xx
endurance is vital
endurance is not gritting our teeth and head down putting up with what life throws at us.
Its head up facing forward walking into the storm determined to get through.
Endurance builds in us strength of character that is stronger in us than being a laugh or a lot of fun it builds qualities in us we can't get without going through it.
i don't have CFS but the love of my life does and it breaks my heart to see him suffer but I love him just as much with CFS in fact I see another side of him and wonderful qualities in him as he endures. I have just lost my mum who I cared for too . So I sympathise with the feelings of suffering ...and darkness . But hang in there it won't always be this bad . Hope...means believing you will kick CFS up the butt one day
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