By Caz in The Mighty.
Living with invisible, chronic illness can often feel like trudging through mud – an endless downward spiral of problems, regrets and maybe a sprinkle or more of resentment, too. I know I have my down days and struggles with fibromyalgia, a stoma, fatigue, pain and migraines. But it’s important to appreciate the good things, to take a while to see what your illness has taught you. I’ve found that I’ve learned a lot, and that my experiences have shaped me in ways that I hadn’t realized – making me the person I am today, for better and for worse. There’s more of the former than we may at first think.
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