Really True Words by Cherokee Billie


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  1. mybeautfulthings
    Mar 13, 2013 @ 21:41:58

    Thank you for that. I’m sorry comments are closed on that post as I would have liked to have written something.
    I found that letter profoundly moving. All of it applies to other conditions too. I had ME for 4 years and no-one can ‘see’ your illness, like they can’t see pain. Some people expect so much from you- so, you can stand happily for an hour today -that doesn’t mean it will be possible tomorrow, or even later today. Just because you are happy doesn’t mean you are better but that you are determined to make the best of this and not to lose your happy spirit (though som days that is very, very hard)
    Sorry, gone on a bit there!

    Thank you again for posting this. I don’t usually re-blog but I might do so with this or at least ping it as everyone needs to understand and that letter said it all so well.

    Love to you


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