Health problems cont.d

There are days where I look at my life and I’m okay with it because it is what it is, then I’m ill again with digestion problems and I’m annoyed that I can’t function normally and that this is my life.

Each day brings with it a different outcome on my health and that’s where I struggle. I was always going to get to this point. I’m annoyed I was kept in the dark on everything I’ve ever had to deal with and I’ve had to work this all out for myself.

In the meantime when I have this problem I can’t function normally, still can’t plan ahead, still can’t live a normal life, still can’t eat normal food without getting ill. I have difficulty breathing and still feel as though I may throw up. All in all not so great.


19 Dec, 2013

8 thoughts on “Health problems cont.d

  1. I imagine it is very difficult on a day to day basis not really knowing how your health will affect you. It seems that just because you have a good day yesterday does not guarantee a good day and vice versa.

    You must keep trying to find remedies, lifestyle etc that can help, so that you are bale to enjoy a more consistent level of health.

    If anyone can do that, you can.

  2. Yes, I’m sure it would have been nice to know more about your medical condition when you were a child.

    I know my parents didn’t do much to deal with me or my sibling’s issues, which didn’t exactly help for me to learn how to deal with things!

    It sounds like our parents were similar in some ways as far as not talking about any real issues with you. I’m staying with a friend while he’s healing up from a surgery who deals with these issues and I know how uncomfortable it makes him on a daily basis.

    Hopefully things will settle down for you very soon, as I would say you do get very tired of dealing with all the issues!

    1. Thanks Randy. I think you’re right our parents do sound very similar that way. It’s my health issues I have to deal with more than anything, partly because I feel so poorly and that’s when I begin to feel I struggle.

      I hope your friend is able to work through his own issues without feeling too uncomfortable Randy. It’s lovely that you’re there for him.

  3. I know on days I have to deal with my health issues, I feel very bad mentally. Then when I have a couple of good days I’m on top of the world, but then the next day I will fall off again. The cycle is terrible to deal with and I ask why do I have to deal with this?

    I think you do wonderfully with your health issues; finding new things that work for your health is a lot more than I do. I do try new things occasionally, but I also know that if I don’t keep doing this I will eventually not be able to because I will have let myself go.

    Stay strong like I know you are.

    1. Thanks Lisa. I will do. It’s very hard sometimes, but giving up isn’t an option. We have to pull ourselves through, no matter what… as we can.

  4. Dealing with chronic issues is not easy, I’ve been dealing with mine for almost 4 years and I can sympathize with the toll it takes on your mind.

    But it’s how we deal with the issues and your finding alternative ways to cope that make things better for us. I admire your strength, your writing here on the blog is outstanding.

    You come across so knowledgeable and honest. You are an inspiration to me, a person that does not let things get her down. You are a go getter. It would have been nice to know about your situation earlier, but I really think you are dealing with it so well that I have to commend you for it.

    Stay strong and know that you have my support and respect.

    1. Thanks Maria. I think you’re absolutely right when you say it’s how we deal with our issues and finding alternative ways to cope that makes things better for us; that and positivity.

      You have my support on what you have to deal with Maria. I love your positivity, which I have to say is truly inspirational.

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