It may look like this if your fibromyalgia can text you.
By: Dr Alexa James
Fibromyalgia cannot, of course, text the people who live with it, but it could look like that if it did. It was thus a hypothetical question that we asked to share what a text conversation with fibromyalgia might look like in our Facebook community. Many people talk and we have compiled a list of few messages for you.
Here is what community share with us:
Fibromyalgia: “When bad emotions turn sideways, I’m what happens. I began when you were very young and grew up with you. I found the right time to attack, and I have been staying firmly in your brain and body. And I’ll change you completely regardless of what you do.
Me: “Yes, this is true of everything. There’s no way you’ve been prevented and not my fault. I can remember a time when you didn’t come across me, and I don’t expect to change that at any time. I’m sorry about it some days ago, and I don’t want to accept it. And then there are days when I just want to kick your ass. But mainly for everything I don’t like about me, I just blame you. I know, however, that I will have to work with you to do anything in this lifetime. Okay, I’m going to do what I have to do, because you are going to paralyze me least. But I do not like it. But I do not like it. And I do not like you.
Fibromyalgia: “Hello, I’m here to wrack your life!”
Me: You can make my hell days but I’m going to survive, “she says.
Fibromyalgia: Is going to say, I am forever changing your life. Your strength, energy and autonomy are gone. You can’t do the things that you like to do. You’re never going to feel pain… and it’s going to get worse if it’s worse. I’m going to make people discuss you, doubt you and leave you. Any money you make will be spent on doctors, medicines, any kind of supplement in your search, if you can manage to keep a job. But you will not. But you will not. And you feel more defeated every day, discouraged and despairing.
Me: have compassion on me, please.
Fibromyalgia: “I am sorry to hurt you,”
Me: “Give me my life back … please”
Fibromyalgia: Hello …
Me: Why don’t you leave me alone?
Me: I’m cold, I think I’m going to curl my blanket up.
Fibromyalgia: This thing, you mean, that feels like a concrete sheet? Here’s a HOT FLASH, however, to warm and also warm your body.
Me: Please don’t. Not a hot flash again!
Fibromyalgia: it’s too late baby, Enjoy. I just showered.
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