I'm having one of those days myself right now and what I would give to have someone just hold me and let me know that it will be okay.
Facing life on your own can be daunting. Yes, we may have friends and family who are supportive and loving, but when we come home and we're all alone, there are still times when we need to know that everything's going to be alright. To be held, to be comforted, to know we're not alone when we feel our loneliness take over.
Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but eventually, things will work themselves out. Patience is needed I've been told. Hang in there and don't give up okay? Everything's going to be alright.
12/17/2015 11:02:06 am
I don't have a lot of friends and family so what little I do have I shared this post in hopes that they will see it and maybe Understand better. People don't get what it's like to live with chronic pain. They say get out and exercise more. Or go join a group. But they don't understand that when you're so sick and you have no one it's difficult. So thank you for this post
5/19/2016 04:01:25 pm
Same here Chris. I appreciate this article Tammy wrote too. I don't have friends and with family who have no interest in my welfare... life of pain is difficult.
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is living life with chronic pain...doing the best I can with everyday.