I know some would say, ‘the older you are, the wiser you are.’ I would disagree on that and only because of my own personal experiences with a few older individuals. This meme here reminds me of the one of many looks we give when someone says something ludicrous. Also, let it be known that the ‘stare’ and a good laugh to follow go hand in hand.
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It’s been with me for so long that I forget who I was before my Chiari diagnosis. The pain-free, care-free days are behind me. I have enough pain meds too embarrassing to say. There are days I want to go on without them – and feel human.
As time has gone by I’ve realized how much time I’ve spent trying to make others understand the depth of my chronic pain. I can’t change the way people perceive my illness, my diagnosis, my feelings, my physical limitations, nothing! The ‘ole ‘but you don’t look sick’ gets old quick. I know myself, what my day to day looks like, and I, myself know exactly what I have to live with – and that is enough.
There’s are certain feelings of guilt that come with chronic pain. The guilt of not being the mom I want to be, the wife I want to be, the daughter, friend, etc. and not living to peoples expectations of who they want me to be.
I am not physically able and available and that is nothing I should continue to be ashamed of. I can’t be present in others lives as much as I’d like – or at all. I am physically unable to do many things, and only desire to push myself to my limits for my children, my family – no one else. Others expectations should not affect me, the Instagram worthy pictures of family outings should no longer tug at my heart, yearning those days to return to my own life. This is my perfect life, I am perfectly chronically in pain and will continue to be until my days end. I’m not sorry for others not understanding what I live with. I’m only sorry I’ve spent so much time convincing them my words and behavior are due to the constant struggle of battling with chronic pain while being positive. I will not allow others to cut me with their words. There is no need for excuses, I’m struggling and I don’t owe anyone an explanation for my absence.
Because no one is worth allowing them to break me down.
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A great meme on a classic mistake – or grammatical error. Not sure, but either way, it’s something that can be misconstrued like in this meme, that I find way funnier than perhaps it actually is.
Since we’re on the topic of these typical errors that happen often, are you the type that corrects someone on their grammatical errors, or not? And, what words do you find are the ones often written incorrectly?
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