-chronic illness suport
-invisible illness support
-Fellow spoonie support
-advice, etc. :)
I am 20 years old and going to college for nursing :) As someone with some chronic illnesses and daily struggles myself, I am always open to answer questions or to just vent to or share information :) I also am always open to talk to, so feel free to message me anytime :)
I am always open to questions, submissions, and advice :)
Please make sure any submissions are positive :) I am open to anything :)
Lastly- I love random things and reminiscing happier times- Enjoy my blog :)
It’s almost like when I lay down, the sharp pains decide to come out and play.
-NOOOO, I don’t need SLEEP. NOT. AT. ALL.
I have NO idea how, but I reached a little over 300 followers!!! Thank you all!!! Feel free to always inbox, ask, or whatever :) I love to talk :) and answer questions.
I NEVER thought I’d be happy to hear my stomach wasn’t working and developed gastritis thanks to H-Pylori. I’m kind of excited. This means after a month of strong treatment, my stomach will be normal again. Still have IBS. But it’ll work again!! :)) yay :))
"guess we cant have different opinions on tumblr"
nah son. an opinion is like “orange juice is nasty” or “fall out boy is overrated”
"your gender identity is ridiculous and you dont deserve to have it respected" is straight up bullshit and you should be called out on it
I made my bf a chart of my current meds, the dose, what they’re for, and the description of them all. And color coated them. Incase I need his help sometime.
Whether you are in and out of hospitals or whether your pain is minimal or constantly excruciating, your experience with your chronic illness is still valid and still matters. You are allowed to feel bad and be upset about what you experience. At the end of the day, there is always going to be multiple people worse off then you are; it’s important to keep perspective, but please understand that their experience doesn’t diminish your experience.
people who think fighting misogyny with misandry is an okay way to act
people who think ‘heterophobia’ is a solution to homophobia
people who call all cis people who are perfectly happy with the gender they have ‘cis scum’
people who call every white person they see ‘privileged’, ruling out other issues such as mental health/physical health problems, poverty and abuse/sexual assault
There is no quota for having disabilities, mental illnesses, and/or chronic illnesses.
You can, in fact, have more than five concurrent issues going on, especially of varying severity.
I don’t understand abled people’s quota thing? Why is this a thing?
I wish it were a thing.
"Op, you’ve hit your limit! No more illnesses for you forever!"