People with fibromyalgia like those who have fibromyalgia understand them

A friend told me that she heard some comments from her colleague about another partner who failed because of the side effects of a new medication to treat fibromyalgia     (post-orthostatic hypotension or dizziness after it was created too quickly). . As he carried her on a stretcher, his words were,      “No one can be so sick.”

In what seemed to be a validation of my situation, a supervisor began 
his comments and informed me that he “knew a lot about my illness because he and his wife had a close friend with her.” I found two students to replace them in the summer. “Recently, someone who worked on our terrace revived the subject. The contractor told my husband that his wife was disabled. When my husband said he understood why I was, the businessman was quick to say, “Yes, but his wife is way better than mine.” My husband replied eloquently, “He seems to be fooling you easily. I was frustrated and disappointed with the possibility of rain during the baseball game (now delayed), I wrote on Facebook about it. I just became a member of my family, He also suffers from a chronic illness: illness prevails over his life. Not only was I stunned, but I also wanted this father of all people to understand me. Unfortunately, I was wrong. I know that those who do not suffer from chronic and debilitating diseases can not fully understand what causes them, but I am always surprised at how difficult people are should understand. Of course, we also find it difficult to understand the variation in symptoms and how our level of functioning can vary from one day to the next (even from one hour to the next), but it can be painful at the emotional level. and I do not learn. I can not understand some of the illnesses and daily difficulties like a cancer survivor, but that is not why I want to dismember or ridicule another person. As a child, I remember visiting parents, retirees, and older hospitals. Nursing education was the second biggest profession among many members of my mother’s family. I also remember a teenager sitting in our room reading (with great enthusiasm) our medical homework. The most important thing for me was that my mother and my grandmother had explained to me the impact of the disease on the person with focus on the person in the first place. Meeting with those who do not feel emotional towards others makes me stunned. Yes, I think I am quick to judge them when I realize that everyone does not respond in the same way as illnesses, some may even react with fear and naiveté, the hardest for many of us is to listen enough to the nearest, making rash comments. Suddenly, we should defend us. It’s hard to deal with,

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