2 thoughts on “Invisible Illness – Pushing On Through

  1. You and I have much in common. MS is such a pain in the lower extremities. Having neighbors tell my husband I have a drinking problem because they see me staggering around in the heat is funny at most and humiliating at least. Getting out of bed for breakfast and going back to sleep for a six hour nap makes my son’s wife regale her friends for hours at what a lazy person I am. It rankles me. I used to be one of those super moms and teachers who volunteered all the time, worked 60 hours a week for my students, kept a house fairly neat (Rapidly undone behind my efforts.)

    We are all one in four hundred thousand.

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