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Issue #167: Acceptance Means to Stop Fighting *Yourself* & Knowing Now to Always Get Help if Your Mental Health Deproves

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Friday, 28 June 2019. Issue #167.

In this issue: The struggle of living with a chronic illness that has unpredictable symptoms. Buried truths from pain left to rot, but germinate with a sprinkle of loving kindness. Morbid jokes help me to cope whilst living with chronic illnesses. The loneliness of ME/CFS and chronic illness, when friends and family turn from understanding to questioning. Knowing now to always get help if your mental health deproves, and that it’s okay to do. A Day in the Life of a young spoonie, and an illustration that even ‘mild’ chronic pain impacts quality of life. Find healthy ways that work for your mental health and grief of having a chronic illness. There is more than enough space for us out there – you are not a waste of space. The ability to complete tasks even whilst bedridden using speech recognition. Acceptance doesn’t mean that you stop fighting, but that you stop fighting your own self.

*Note: This article is meant for educational purposes, and is based on each person’s individual experiences and circumstances. It is not to be substituted for medical advice. Please consult your own doctor before changing or adding new treatment protocols.

Read More: Is Seeking Help for Your Mental Health Worth the Fuss?

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