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When Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Brings You Down — It’s sometimes so hard to get back up again.

Posted Apr 11 2009 1:01am

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This is a post from the site of a women who lives with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. I wanted to post it because it’s something we can all relate to. We have those few good days. The days we think the tide could be turning. We allow ourselves that glimmer of hope. But then like a fly-swatter, the reality of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome hits us over the head, and our hopes for wellness are squashed.

I think this post reminds us, that we are not alone. It also acknowledges that this disease has the power to bring us to our knees, but we can still choose to get back up, even if it means we will be knocked down again and again. It’s both the blessing and the curse of this hideous disease.

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The image “http://static.flickr.com/123/323038245_2dac33aa8b.jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.image

This is a post from the site of a women who lives with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. I wanted to post it because it’s something we can all relate to. We have those few good days. The days we think the tide could be turning. We allow ourselves that glimmer of hope. But then like a fly-swatter, the reality of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome hits us over the head, and our hopes for wellness are squashed.

I think this post reminds us, that we are not alone. It also acknowledges that this disease has the power to bring us to our knees, but we can still choose to get back up, even if it means we will be knocked down again and again. It’s both the blessing and the curse of this hideous disease.

Read the rest of this entry »

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