What About M.E.? (via The Laughing Housewife)

Posted on: 15/05/2011

I was diagnosed with this when I was 19, but thankfully 99% of the time I am able to lead a normal life and don’t have to think about it. But for a while, it really wasn’t funny. The Laughing Housewife states the case beautifully, and I consider myself one of the lucky ones, thanks to a great doctor and a supportive family. If you want to find out more, read on.

What About M.E.? Today is International CFS/ME and FM Awareness Day. That’s a mouthful so, in layman’s terms: millions of people across the world suffer unexplained fatigue, excruciating pain, the stigma of being called ‘lazy bones’, and are generally considered too idle to work. Please consider me sticking two fingers up at those who say my husband who, before he became ill, ran his own business, travelled all over sub-Saharan Africa, trained under-14s at footba … Read More

via The Laughing Housewife


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