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sephirajo: “…This is so me it hurts. I’m wearing a knitted sweater robe and a brightly colored night shirt with stripes -__- I buy pajama clothes ALL the time, because they’re often the most.


As a child I thought doctors were brilliant. Now with a chronic illness I know how little they acctualy understand.

Im stripping down as I turn the key! Myo

With fibromyalgia all my clothes have to feel like pajamas for me to be able to get through the day. But I still change into real pajamas whenever I get home.

they tell you when u have chronic pain - Google Search

Trying to keep up the illusion of normal when you have a chronic invisible illness is very difficult. People around you often focus on what you cant do how you left them down instead of helping you accept your limitations.

The very truth!! Story of my life!!

Life with Pulmonary Hypertension (and other Chronic Illnesses) ~so true & I hate it! Getting into the shower is a battle too.I'm already so tired!


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So very true Nobody really wants to know the truth of it

More than of those with chronic invisible illnesses downplay their true feelings to make other feel more at ease. I'm fine.